Elaine Prendeville

Elaine Prendeville

Dressing the revolution

Dressing the revolution

Nikki Creedon’s Havana boutique in Dublin 4 remains the destination of choice for Ireland’s most daring dressers

Model making: making it on the runway

Model making: making it on the runway

It’s nice work if you can get it, but there’s stiff competition and plenty of pitfalls

Designer Jordan doubles turnover in year

Designer Jordan doubles turnover in year

Label looking good in 64 stores worldwide

Umit Kutluk is Making The Cut

Umit Kutluk is Making The Cut

Kutluk is this week opening his salon doors to all, with ready-to-wear pieces revealed here from his spring/summer collection available for the first time

“The American market is aggressively competitive, but we’re cracking it”

“The American market is aggressively competitive, but we’re cracking it”

Zoe Jordan is grounded in her approach to life and fashion, writes Elaine Prendeville

Reassuringly Expressive

Reassuringly Expressive

How Irish jewellery found its groove in the middle ground

Ahead of the Curve

Ahead of the Curve

Spending is up for lingerie this season - and with fit, fabric and form the guiding principles, especially for sizes above 14

Helen James: The business and brains of a homewares heroine

Helen James: The business and brains of a homewares heroine

James' involvement with retail giant Dunnes is surely the stuff of independent designer dreams

Dublin footballer Bernard Brogan builds a Legacy for his future

Dublin footballer Bernard Brogan builds a Legacy for his future

GAA star’s firm plans expansion

Just For Larks: fashion for under-eights

Just For Larks: fashion for under-eights

A new label for the under-eights harks back to happy childhoods, writes Elaine Prendeville

Bernard Brogan: Out of the Blue

Bernard Brogan: Out of the Blue

The footballer, entrepreneur, and activist is building a formidable business portfolio when he’s not leading the line for Dublin

Celine Byrne: ‘I believe opera really is accessible to everybody’

Celine Byrne: ‘I believe opera really is accessible to everybody’

With a starring role in Puccini’s La Bohème coming up, life couldn’t be better for acclaimed Kildare soprano Celine Byrne

The Body Electric: an interview with Elle Macpherson

The Body Electric: an interview with Elle Macpherson

The $95 million super-branded supermodel at 52 still works across three time zones and looks as immaculate as ever

Painter Graham awarded 2016 Savills Art Prize

Painter Graham awarded 2016 Savills Art Prize

Neo-expressionism pioneer wins with Lullaby series

Alison Conneely is threading the needle

Alison Conneely is threading the needle

A new exhibition explores the theme of collective identity, taking inspiration from the women of 1916