Ireland’s creative families on what lockdown means for them
The last year has undoubtedly challenged artists to their core. To celebrate their endurance, the renewal of spring and good things to come, Irish Tatler has captured some creative families showcasing some of the finest new Irish fashion
Jeni Glasgow, partner Reuven Diaz and their son Finn
Jeni Glasgow and Reuven Diaz work in the food industry as a creative director and chef. Jeni also sells vintage furniture and raises rescue chickens. Finn is doing his Leaving Cert.
Jeni: “Our family’s general consensus is that this third lockdown has been the hardest for everyone. The first time around there was a seismic shift in mindset to accommodate an unknown future, but...
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