“The world needs to know that Irish design is alive and well.”
Sonya Lennon is an Irish designer and business woman who is more than capable of holding her own on the international stage, writes Elaine Prendeville
A young girl starting out in life could do a lot worse than look to Sonya Lennon for inspiration. The ‘portfolio’, as Lennon describes it, is inspiration enough in itself. That portfolio, or CV, includes a design label, Lennon Courtney; a fashion app, Fafinder; with advocacy the Dress for Success initiative; further advocacy for gender pay equality; and a recent stint as interim chair of the highly influential Design and Crafts Council of Ireland. And...
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