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Floral tribute

Floral tribute

Why fashion’s floral trend shows no sign of fading away

Soft Power

Soft Power

Irish cashmere designer Lucy Nagle’s relaxed chic is increasingly irresistible to fans round the world - and more lines are on the way

The thrill of it all

The thrill of it all

The years that Sadhbh Fahy spent living in Paris are all too apparent in the understated elegance of her D4 boutique, Electra

Shelter From the storm

Shelter From the storm

Love the cosy authenticity of Irish knitwear, but looking for a modern twist? Dublin company Ireland’s Eye has you covered

Suddenly, summer

Suddenly, summer

Holiday season is on the horizon: Susannagh Grogan has you covered with her bright tunics and scarves

A linear fashion lineage

A linear fashion lineage

As someone whose grandfather was a renowned tailor, up-and-coming designer Aisling Kavanagh’s couturial pedigree is impeccable

Closet Confidential

Closet Confidential

A personal shopper can transform the way you look, save you time, make getting dressed a pleasure rather than a chore, and help you reach your potential in the workplace.

Fashion: Cometh the hour

Fashion: Cometh the hour

High-quality, form-flattering clothing for women above a size 14 is hard to find, but The Hour London is filling the void

Sign of the times

Sign of the times

Louise Kennedy offers effortless elegance for spring, writes Elaine Prendeville

Bright, bold and beautiful

Bright, bold and beautiful

Last Thursday’s Arnotts spring/summer show was big on bright ideas

Fashion's Third Way

Fashion's Third Way

Kitri is spearheading a new breed of brands offering high-end design values at affordable prices. Founder Haeni Kim explains her ethos

The fashion designer and the Fury

The fashion designer and the Fury

Fashion critic Alexander Fury is championing emerging Irish designer Stacey Wall and her textile-heavy garments inspired by social photography, writes Ruth O’Connor

Her bright materials

Her bright materials

Cashmere designer Ros Duke breathes life and colour into the new season, writes Elaine Prendeville

Christian principles

Christian principles

Christian Dior was one of the true masters of haute couture. A lavish new exhibition at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum pays tribute to his rich legacy

Lost & Found

Lost & Found

Mix some slow fashion into your shop this spring, with vintage boutiques offering a treasure trove of pre-loved pieces