Fiona Ness

Fiona Ness

Fiona Ness is the Magazine Editor of the Sunday Business Post. She is the recipient of a European journalism award for her work against discrimination in Ireland. Fiona is an honours graduate in Law from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, and holds a postgrad in Journalism from the Dublin Institute of Technology. She has been with The Sunday Business Post since 1999 and is a former news editor of the paper.

The look of luxury: Louise Kennedy puts pink into the monochrome mix

The look of luxury: Louise Kennedy puts pink into the monochrome mix

Kennedy’s spring/summer collection for 2016 is possibly her most adaptable collection to date

Dystopian fable scoops Sunday Business Post short story prize

Dystopian fable scoops Sunday Business Post short story prize

Inaugural writing competition is collaboration between The Sunday Business Post and Penguin Ireland; Winner was chosen from among 600 entries

First Person: Branding executive Margaret Molloy

First Person: Branding executive Margaret Molloy

New York based marketing chief explains why wearing Irish is so important

Fashion brand Manley to expand

Fashion brand Manley to expand

Irish firm plans to target Far East

Manley Appreciation: Emma Manley unveils her SS2016 collection

Manley Appreciation: Emma Manley unveils her SS2016 collection

Manley cut her teeth as a young designer serving an internship under the late Alexander McQueen

Vive la France en vacance!

Vive la France en vacance!

Affordable and scenic, Brittany is the ideal spot for a carefree family break

First Person

First Person

Maria Parsons, artist and metalworker

First Person

First Person

Olwen Fouéré Actor, Dublin

First Person: Eddi Reader

First Person: Eddi Reader

Reader grew up the oldest of seven children in inner-city Glasgow

Dunnes’ Margaret Heffernan saved me: Designer Paul Costelloe

Dunnes’ Margaret Heffernan saved me: Designer Paul Costelloe

Costelloe attributes success of his Dunnes collaboration to Margaret Heffernan

I’m comfortable dropping the bomb. I quite enjoy being a little bit dangerous

I’m comfortable dropping the bomb. I quite enjoy being a little bit dangerous

After a few difficult years, Paul Costelloe is back

Some short and sharp horrors from Connolly

Some short and sharp horrors from Connolly

For lovers of spine-tingling horror there is plenty to terrify

First Person: Catherine Moonan

First Person: Catherine Moonan

Moonan has helped more than 500 candidates tell their story

Irish design worth more than €37 billion to the economy

Irish design worth more than €37 billion to the economy

New research shows 48,000 people were involved in the design economy in 2014

We survey the glorious fashion trends for spring and summer 2016

We survey the glorious fashion trends for spring and summer 2016

Eccentric maximalism, simplexity and a foray into the boudoir