My objects of desire: Aoibheann McNamara
The proprietor of Galway’s Ard Bia restaurant and co-founder of The Tweed Project talks favourite finds, lockdown lessons and unusual souvenirs
Fashion to me is a beautiful form of self-expression. I like exploring different styles and looks, but I would never want any one of them to define me. One minute I’d be wearing stars and the next minute I’d be wearing French sailing dungarees or 12-year-old Topshop jeans.
Triona Lillis, my Tweed Project co-founder, knocks it out of the park. She’s got an innate sense of style that’s beautiful and playful....
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