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High fashion hideout

London-based Irish designer Danielle Romeril finds inspiration in free camping in Wicklow, but never in trends

1st March, 2015
Danielle Romeril

The fashion industry, says Irish designer Danielle Romeril, is the “fastest education” you will ever get. It’s also a place where working for other people can spell creative death.

“Interning for other people is essential, but people who work for other people for eight to ten years can become more risk-averse and then don’t necessarily make a space for themselves in the industry,” says Romeril, who launched her eponymous collection in...

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