Thursday December 12, 2019

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

18th November, 2018

‘We took a photograph of a fern in the woods near Keira’s house,” says Dairine Kennedy, “then recreated the pattern on cashmere sweaters.”

These new sweaters represent a departure for Kennedy and her sister Keira, the Dublin duo whose KDK label has built its name on printed scarves in striking colours. “Prints are our thing,” says Dairine, “and although we adore recreating scenes on scarves, we always thought we...

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