Friday August 14, 2020

Go Gaga for Irish couture

A new exhibition combining work by emerging and established designers goes on show in Dublin.

5th July, 2015
Hat: Sora by Laura Kinsella. Dress: David O’Malley. Cuffs: Capulet & Montague (made to order). Shoes: from Buffalo, Wicklow Street, Dublin.

Marion Cuddy’s Design Emporium in Dublin’s Powerscourt Centre is an eclectic wonderland where unknown design graduates butt up against established couture names.

“The labels I stock are a mix of the best of Irish fashion. I love supporting young designers – as much as they learn from me, I learn from them,’’ says Cuddy, who has been in Irish retail for 30 years.

With 2015 designated the Year of...

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