Jessie Collins

Jessie Collins

Serious play: Playtime for adults

Serious play: Playtime for adults

The benefits of play have long been extolled for kids, but it’s adult playtime that is increasingly being seen as essential to our wellbeing, writes Jessie Collins

All the right mauves

All the right mauves

Treat yourself to a purple patch or ten when decorating your home this spring

‘There is something innately subversive about the idea of losing yourself on the dancefloor’

‘There is something innately subversive about the idea of losing yourself on the dancefloor’

Activist, archivist, DJ and godfather to Dublin’s dance scene Tonie Walsh talks to Jessie Collins about why clubs still matter, and why it’s time to bring them back

48 hours in Frankfurt

48 hours in Frankfurt

Germany’s fifth-largest city may be better known for its commerce than its cool quotient, but there is more than meets the eye to Frankfurt - making it a great place to spend a weekend

How to survive a midlife crisis and small children (at the same time)

How to survive a midlife crisis and small children (at the same time)

Late parenthood has many obvious upsides, but there are some undeniable conflicts too, besides the lack of sleep and physical bounce

This week

This week

The Love Hungry Farmer in Cork, the 23rd Festival of Youth Orchestras and Alice's Chinese food tour

Life In Colour: Louise Kennedy

Life In Colour: Louise Kennedy

Louise Kennedy’s new spring/summer collection is a burst of much-needed colour and warmth, captured with her trademark quality and tailoring

Kennedy plotting Stateside growth

Kennedy plotting Stateside growth

Irish designer growing her business in the US and investing in flagship stores

The future makers in Irish interiors

The future makers in Irish interiors

From the extraordinary furniture maker to the groundbreaking architects, Jessie Collins talks to some of the names to know in interiors this year

The women who made Irish history

The women who made Irish history

Twenty Irish women who challenged the status quo, fought for equal rights and changed society have been commemorated in a new book

Easy does it

Easy does it

Bold, contrasting colours, relaxed silhouettes and a laid-back confidence flow through Arnotts’s new spring/summer collections

This week

This week

Get with the programme Of the 20 fastest-growing careers in the world, 15 of them require a backg...

Groovy, baby! The return  of 1970s-style parenting

Groovy, baby! The return of 1970s-style parenting

Jessie Collins asks if the 1970s parenting revival is likely to change the way we think about raising our kids

This week

This week

Whytes' 'The Eclectic Collector', Grayson Perry's dynamic tapestries and the Glen of Aherlow Winter Walking Festival

This week

This week

Film firsts It’s time to book your tickets for the Audi Dublin International Film Festival whic...