Payday picks: The new season styles worth your spend at Kildare Village

From an ombre maxi dress by Missoni that will perfect your spring-summer style to a statement red gown by Paul Costelloe, here are Irish Tatler’s top high-low picks now available at Kildare Village

(L-R): Missoni; Paul Costelloe; Maje: Sinead Keary

Spring has officially sprung at Kildare Village, with a fresh drop of brands and styles now available to shop at the retail destination known for making luxury more affordable.

The designer outlet offered fashion press an exclusive first look – for the first time – at the best of its current season collections, which are now available to shop, as well past season collections from its roster of over 120 brands, with discounts of up to 40 per cent on designer labels in the show.

Styled by international stylist Tallulah Harlech, the show opened with a military look from Diesel and closed with a statement red velvet fishtail evening gown from Paul Costello at Curated by Design Centre. Other brands worth noting in the line-up included Italian fashion label Missoni and Parisian brands Maje and Sandro.

Through her unique styling, Harlech presented a variety of pieces from Kildare Village including everyday attire, trending must-haves and luxury occasion wear – it was the perfect mix of high-low dressing that speaks to the kind of destination Kildare Village is: one that caters for every wardrobe and occasion.

“To style the show, I first allowed myself to be drawn to pieces like an editor; one who gravitates towards pieces that speak to them. Then, during fittings, it became about understanding the model standing in front of me.

“The show included a heavy nod to Glenn Marten’s Diesel, peppered with contemporary brands available at Kildare Village, and rounded off with Paul Costelloe’s more standout pieces,” Harlech said of the show.

Harlech is the fashion editor at London-based POP magazine and has most recently worked alongside Irish designer Michael Stewart of Standing Ground for his spring-summer 2024 collection and campaign.

Harlech’s mother, creative consultant Amanda Harlech, was a muse of Karl Lagerfeld and had a long-standing working relationship with Chanel alongside consultancy at John Galliano. So, having a tasteful eye is pretty much part of Harlech’s makeup.

Among Irish Tatler’s hero pieces was a viscose ombre maxi dress by Missoni, a satin champagne co-ord by Irish designer Sinead Keary and of course, statement sculptural gowns by Paul Costelloe. Below, see our edit of high-low picks from the show that might help to round off your payday.

Irish Tatler’s top picks

Viscose ombre maxi dress by Missoni, RRP €1,390 Kildare Village price €795
Leather jacket RRP €455, Kildare Village price €295, metallic shorts RRP €335, Kildare Village price €217, both by Maje, court heels by Dune RRP €115, Kildare Village price €77
Satin champagne wrap blazer RRP €189, Kildare Village price €120 and matching satin trousers RRP €115, Kildare Village price €96, both by Sinead Keary
Mini dress by Sandro RRP €335, Kildare Village price €217
Velvet red fishtail evening gown by Paul Costelloe RRP €1,050, Kildare Village price €700
SIlk Sakura top RRP €1,295, Kildare Village €895 and matching silk Liana trousers RRP €1,495 Kildare Village price €895, both by Louise Kennedy
Tweed dress by Paul Costelloe RRP €800, Kildare Village price €500

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