Tuesday August 4, 2020

Fashion Special: Flash in Japan

Irish designer Don O'Neill looked to the Far East for inspiration when creating his spring designs, writes Lisa Brady.

9th March, 2014

When we think of Irish designers who've made it big abroad, names like John Rocha (and his daughter Simone), Orla Kiely and Philip Treacy tend to be in the mix. But there's also Don O'Neill, a Kerryman who has been wowing the New York fashion scene and beyond as creative director of Theia.

A master of making women shine with his glamorous gowns, which have been worn by Oprah Winfrey, Taylor Swift and Carrie Underwood...

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