Friday December 13, 2019

Kathleen Garrett: A law unto herself

Eight years ago, the head of Arthur Cox’s London office, Garrett, established a fashion event that connects Irish designers with business leaders in London. This week, Dublin’s National Concert Hall hosts the event

21st May, 2017
Kathleen Garrett, partner at Arthur Cox, believes that Londoners welcome exposure to Irish design Pic: Fergal Phillips

Kathleen Garrett, a senior partner with Arthur Cox, and head of its London office, is a woman who understands both the power of working women and the power of Irish design. The Dubliner, whose practice includes an emphasis on domestic and cross border finance and corporate transactions, is also the founder of the Arthur Cox annual fashion show, a practical, while unapologetically colourful, platform that has elevated the work of Irish fashion designers to an...

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