Elaine Prendeville

Elaine Prendeville

His Dark Materials

His Dark Materials

Garrett Pitcher’s Indigo & Cloth menswear store has carved out its niche in the Irish fashion landscape, writes Elaine Prendeville

C’est Mignonne! Jewellery to make a mark in

C’est Mignonne! Jewellery to make a mark in

New York designer Mignonne Gavigan’s bright, expressive creations are being snapped up by stylish women on both sides of the Atlantic, writes Elaine Prendeville

Michael D Higgins the star of portrait collection

Michael D Higgins the star of portrait collection

President takes his place in cultural icons gallery

Taking silk

Taking silk

From pillowcases to pyjamas, eye masks to robes, it’s all about the exquisite luxuriance of silk as far as Dublin-born designer Eva Power is concerned

The cud life

The cud life

Co Carlow farmer and author Lorna Sixsmith’s Till the Cows Come Home is the latest in a slew of best-selling books about the cud-chewing quadrupeds

Stories that take you to a place and back again

Stories that take you to a place and back again

For the third year, we asked you, our readers, to consider a submission to The Sunday Business Po...

Leitrim writer takes Post short story prize

Leitrim writer takes Post short story prize

Stiff competition as over 700 submissions received

Skirting around the parent trap

Skirting around the parent trap

Memoir, fiction, no matter, Sheila Heti's Motherhood bristles with brutal, assured honesty.

Dress to impress this summer

Dress to impress this summer

As the sun finally puts in an appearance, we’ve put together a selection of bright and eye-catc...

Irish designer unveils gender-fluid label

Irish designer unveils gender-fluid label

Reuben Avenue proves full of eastern promise

'The next Gucci': Roksanda's rise

'The next Gucci': Roksanda's rise

Formidable women from Michelle Obama to Kate Middleton love her womenswear - so it’s no wonder that Serbian designer Roksanda Ilincic is a force of nature herself, if a down-to-earth one

Designer Lucy Nagle targets growth in  online market

Designer Lucy Nagle targets growth in online market

Nagle, who is based in Foxrock in south Dublin, said her business has recorded its best-ever 12-month performance

What to read…before you renovate

What to read…before you renovate

Magazine editor Elaine Prendeville gives her guide to the Little Book of Irish Home Design

Ethics boys

Ethics boys

The founders of ethical clothing firm Grown believe that good clothes shouldn’t cost the earth - in any sense of the phrase

‘Climate change is a slow-motion car crash’

‘Climate change is a slow-motion car crash’

Peter Thorne of Maynooth University was recently appointed to a key UN panel on climate change. He tells Elaine Prendeville how rising global temperatures will affect Ireland and what we can do to mitigate the risks