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The Light Fantastic

The Light Fantastic

Unimaginable beauty

Unimaginable beauty

Nigel O’Reilly has access to ‘some of the best gemstones in the world’ and he is on a quest to make the most of them

A measured approach: Couturier Niall Tyrrell

A measured approach: Couturier Niall Tyrrell

Niall Tyrrell is one of Ireland’s few couturiers, designing and creating capsule collections for the clients who come to his Ranelagh studio

Red Letter Day

Red Letter Day

Made exclusively in 100% cashmere, the latest collection from Dublin designer Paula Marron’s Castanea label is our idea of true indulgence

Nature girls

Nature girls

Dublin-based sisters Dairine and Keira Kennedy drew inspiration from flora in the woods for their latest collection of cashmere sweaters, writes Elaine Prendeville

Pattern play

Pattern play

Central St Martins graduate Mary Callan’s knitwear is luxe, fun and locally made. She tells The Magazine how a love affair with design has steered her from the off

Attention Seeker

Attention Seeker

Having caught the bug young, and interned with no less than Philip Treacy, Freya Oatway of FAO Millinery is creating hats and headpieces for people who love her marriage of luxe fabrics and a modern approach, writes Elaine Prendeville

Lustre for life

Lustre for life

Pearls are back in fashion, and Irish design house Inner Island brings a new aesthetic to this timeless gem

Digital Designs

Digital Designs

Diffusion was a stalwart of suburban fashion, a name known to many a well-heeled woman, and one whose store closure continues to surprise.

Ultra lounge

Ultra lounge

Irish unisex label Reuben Avenue is rapidly gaining fans from the Middle East to New York with a focus on luxurious, minimalist pieces that ooze ease and sophistication. What’s more, the brand’s campaign has just struck gold with fashion’s rising star

Fashion: The right stuff

Fashion: The right stuff

A protégée of both Roland Mouret and Mary Katrantzou, Irish womenswear designer Cleo Prickett has launched her first collection of tailored ‘classics with a twist’. She tells Jessie Collins how she carved out her niche

Form and function

Form and function

Designer Niamh O’Neill is back with new shapes and bright ideas for autumn

Layering up

Layering up

MoMuse’s latest collections update its contemporary take on classic fine jewellery by challenging its usual minimalist aesthetic, writes Jessie Collins

Irish fashion's fab 15

Irish fashion's fab 15

It’s been a significant year for the Irish in fashion, with breakout names making international waves as the local design scene produces daring new players. Ruth O’Connor dusts down her little black book to share the 15 names to know in the business of Irish fashion

Pleasure principle

Pleasure principle

Deborah Veale’s first personal collection in a decade offers more than a nod to the ’90s aesthetic