Elaine Prendeville

Elaine Prendeville

The world’s best actor says, ‘I’m finished’

The world’s best actor says, ‘I’m finished’

Day-Lewis was never a ham. But he was particular about bacon

Master Stroke

Master Stroke

If the thoughts of an itsy bitsy teenie weenie yellow polka-dot bikini fills you with dread, fret not: Marcella Franklin has stylish swimwear covered with her Haight range

Fairweather friends: what to wear on holiday

Fairweather friends: what to wear on holiday

For laidback LA chic, a don’t care attitude and perfect get-away-from-it-all gear, Sarah Staudinger’s Staud label is the only option

What a piece of work

What a piece of work

Moodlii is smashing design ‘walls’ by bringing high-end furniture featured in many of its office fit-outs to homes. For clients, it’s a case of go configure

Plate expectations: John Torode

Plate expectations: John Torode

When he started out cooking, Torode never thought he could build restaurants. He now fronts MasterChef as part of a charmed life. Here, the charming Australian chef discusses cocktails, life and five-year plans

Irish firm aims to make cool interior design part of the furniture

Irish firm aims to make cool interior design part of the furniture

Moodlii.com is headquartered in Co Cork and run by Ilara Ferrari

Varadkar makes a misstep in his cabinet shuffle

Varadkar makes a misstep in his cabinet shuffle

Our new Taoiseach reshuffled the cabinet deck this week, with one person losing out. The question is: which one?

Magazine Minute: John Torode, Winston Churchill, the Varadkar look, Stephanie Meadow

Magazine Minute: John Torode, Winston Churchill, the Varadkar look, Stephanie Meadow

The very best of The Sunday Business Post Magazine this week

Go your own way: fashion designer Róisín Gartland

Go your own way: fashion designer Róisín Gartland

When the fashion designer decided to close her business 13 years ago, she found the freedom she craved

Irish designer fuels growth with ‘remote couture’

Irish designer fuels growth with ‘remote couture’

Róisín Gartland is now designing bespoke, made-to-measure clothing for international clients she has never met

Cashing in: Can cashmere work in summer?

Cashing in: Can cashmere work in summer?

Cashmere isn’t the first material that comes to mind in hot, sunny weather, but the current warm spell is eminently suitable for it, says designer Lucy Nagle

Kathleen Garrett: A law unto herself

Kathleen Garrett: A law unto herself

Eight years ago, the head of Arthur Cox’s London office, Garrett, established a fashion event that connects Irish designers with business leaders in London. This week, Dublin’s National Concert Hall hosts the event

Curated: Drawing on landscape

Curated: Drawing on landscape

Boodles latest ‘high jewellery’ collection, The Poetry of Landscape, explores the beauty of nature with flowing forms and brilliantly coloured gems

Curated: In a New York state of mind

Curated: In a New York state of mind

It’s an urban and elegant mash-up for Tiffany’s very different HardWear collection, writes Elaine Prendeville

Curated: An enduring passion for the perfect piece

Curated: An enduring passion for the perfect piece

Natasha Sherling leads a team of goldsmiths in creating bespoke wedding rings for private clients, as well as ready-to-wear designs. Here, she shares some of her own gems from life in the industry