Dan O'Neill has climbed the haute couture career staircase, via Paris, to a studio in New York. Now his eveningwear label, Theia, is turning women into goddesses, writes Lisa Brady.
Don O'Neill is nervous. Very nervous. Next month, for the first time in a career that has spanned over two decades, he is presenting his dress collection at New York Fashion Week.
"It's baring your soul to the world," he says, speaking from his Broadway studio in New York where he works on his label, Theia. "You are putting your life's work out there. And it will either be applauded or ripped to shreds."
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