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From 1950s-style retro bikinis to flashy neon colours, this season's selection of swimwear will suit all shapes and tastes, writes Lisa Brady.
Philadelphia-born Katie O'Riordan is bringing timeless preppy elegance to the world of Irish fashion with her new label, Theo+George, writes Lisa Brady.
With a little imagination and innovation, new season shapes and colours can be worn comfortably and with style, writes Lisa Brady.
New label Wishbone aims to provide women over 30 with desirable clothes that have a lasting combination of style, luxury and comfort, writes Lisa Brady.
As a busy mother and career woman, Simone Van Trojen was having trouble finding the perfect dress to last throughout the day, writes Lisa Brady.
Cashmere designer Lucy Nagle has just landed a big US contract, but she still intends to push on to greater things, writes Lisa Brady.
What's black and white and seen all over? It's this year's must-have fashion look - monochrome, writes Lisa Brady.
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Looking for inspiration to warm up your summer wardrobe? Here, five of Ireland's top designers tell Lisa Brady what they will be wearing this season.
Two Irish boutique owners have used their friendship and expertise to drive each other on to ever greater heights, writes Lisa Brady.
Jeremy Hackett says that good tailoring is the key to true style, writes Lisa Brady.
Irish designer Don O'Neill looked to the Far East for inspiration when creating his spring designs, writes Lisa Brady.
In the words of that infamous fictional fashion editor, florals for spring are hardly groundbreaking.
Massage and the benefits it brings to baby and parent-child relationships.
Sometimes, despite the elements, it's good to shine.
Holy Communion dresses fit for royalty; sign your children up for tennis; healthy lunchbox fillersand luxury cots.
Get glammed up on Valentine's weekend with these three striking looks, shown off by fashion stylist and blogger Erika Fox, writes Lisa Brady.
Pastels have come a long way from the remit of baby nurseries, and even from the jaded territory of the overdone Parisian parody of shabby chic.
The bright bold tones of spring might excite the brave, but they may also be enough to send colour phobes running for the hills.
Designer Tara Jarmon is now a household name in France - and her empire continues to grow, writes Lisa Brady.
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