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.
Newcastle is a compact, friendly city where weekend visitors can fit in culture, fashion, good food and, of course, a night on the town, writes Ruth O'Connor.
Little and often is the key to wearing vintage, writes Ruth O'Connor.
Before you go out shopping for your spring/summer outfits, take a look at what you have in your wardrobe and do some 'weeding', writes Ruth O'Connor.
Lace, satin and flowers all feature in Communion dresses this year, while the full length is still the most popular choice, writes Ruth O'Connor.
More is more typifies the season's trend towards decadence with Baroque flourishes in elaborate fabrics, writes Ruth O'Connor.
Hats used to be confined to weddings and Ladies’ Day at the races, but a new clutch of Irish designers are bringing them onto the high street
Luxury champagne house Veuve Clicquot’s Hotel du Marc has been given a renovation that any environmentalist would be proud of
Avoca Handweavers revamps its mill products for the home market