Like it, want it, covet it: Ruth O’Connor is our style insider
Like it, want it, covet it: Ruth O'Connor is our style insider.
A new Irish e-magazine gets rid of the obstacles for online readers between reading about fashion and buying the items that catch their eye.
Avoca has gained a special place in both Irish and international fashion with its meticulous attention to the small things, writes Ruth O'Connor.
The emphasis for coats this autumn is texture, colour and cut, or even a cape if you're brave enough, writes Ruth O'Connor.
Worn in the right way, jeans can fit in well with office dress codes,writes Ruth O'Connor.
Irish designer Lorna Burton's range of CoraLlei handbags combines the best of ethical sourcing and design, writes Ruth O'Connor.
It can be difficult to strike the right balance when wearing business casual, but a growing number of men are getting the hang of it, writes Ruth O'Connor.
Back in the 1990s, Dublin's Temple Bar was a feverish hive of fashion hubbub â€“ and, two decades later, things have come full circle, writes: Ruth O'Connor.
By trading his photography skills for bed, board and flights, Shantanu Starick has been able to travel the world for two years, writes Ruth O'Connor.
Forget the tech industry, those looking for an innovative and exciting career should pick up a brush and a pair of scissors, writes Ruth O'Connor.
The best of Irish fashion will be on show at the Arthur Cox Irish Fashion Showcase in the RDS this Wednesday. Ruth O'Connor talks to some of the designers who'll be there.
Irish fashion stalwart Helen McAlinden is looking forward to a bright new season, writes Ruth O'Connor.
A camper van allows you to see Ireland while still bringing plenty of the comforts of home with you, writes Ruth O'Connor.
The National Tailoring Academy at Louis Copeland aims to halt the steady decline of Irish tailoring by upskilling a new generation of graduates, writes Ruth O'Connor.