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A new exhibition combining work by emerging and established designers goes on show in Dublin.
The new collection from Caroline Matthews draws creative strength from Eastern promise, fluidity of shape and interchangeability
Where lies the future of Irish fashion? Amid fantastical feather creations, coats without sleeves and an awful lot of green, Lisa Brady catches up with some of NCADs new graduates to find out.
Zoe Jordan, daughter of former Formula One boss Eddie, is returning to her roots with her new fashion collection Chicane
Women can now balance their entire wardrobe on the four pillars of Lennon & Courtney's sleek winter collection, writes Lisa Brady.
Helen McAlinden's latest collection draws its inspiration from the hustle and bustle of one of her favourite places - Manhattan, writes Lisa Brady.
Moscow-born designer Lya Solis’s clothes prioritise femininity and elegance above all else, writes Lisa Brady.
The latest menswear is strong and sharp, with casual and formal wear smartening up for the season, writes Lisa Brady.
Lisa Brady rounds up this season's must-have trends.
Many people may wish to buy Irish-designed clothing, but where do you start looking? Designers can struggle to achieve the critical mass that will enable them to form a successful fashion brand.
Prepare to say goodbye to your summer clothes, and enter a new Phase for autumn, writes Lisa Brady.
Natalie B Coleman’s new collection takes inspiration from an unlikely source, writes Lisa Brady.
Mena Ryan's acclaimed Ingenue London brand caters for working women who want to look stylish amid the hustle and bustle of daily life, writes Lisa Brady.
Young designer Claire Doyle has an innate understanding of what working women want from their wardrobe, writes Lisa Brady.
Floppy or angular, straight or to the side, hats can be a wonderful expression of your own unique style. Below, five milliners advise on what hats to wear and how to wear them.
It's the height of summer, and that means only one thing - the seasonal sales are upon us, writes Lisa Brady.
Mint Velvet aims to bring catwalk trends to the high street - and at a price that isn't a fright, writes Lisa Brady.
The direct selling phenomenon isn't just restricted to Avon, as the huge success of the French brand Captain Tortue demonstrates, writes Lisa Brady.
Bridalwear is not just for brides, and Irish label Dresscode is on hand to provide dresses for bridesmaids that will enhance the perfect day, writes Lisa Brady.
Whether at a race meet or a wedding this summer, make a strong fashion statement with a stunning headpiece, writes Lisa Brady.
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