Monday November 30, 2020

Luxury Life: Identity Parade

Stylish, luxurious and suitable for everyday life, clothes by Helen McAlinden are designed with real women in mind, writes Gillian Nelis

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

25th September, 2016
Jersey top 55; floor length lace skirt 400

‘These clothes aren’t just for a fashion show, or for publicity – they’re clothes that women can identify with, and that will work for everyday life.”

When Helen McAlinden began designing her autumn/winter collection, she had one major goal: to produce pieces that would be stylish and luxurious, but also very wearable.

“I wanted pieces that women could identify with, and that were modern and contemporary, without being...

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