Off Message: The luxury of buying local
The pandemic may have put an end to many of our more enjoyable and, let’s face it, frivolous activities, but it has also pointed us in the direction of more sustainable living and one way we can continue that is by supporting our talented Irish designers, artists and retailers this Christmas
What has 2020 taught us? It’s taught us that we didn’t need to fly anywhere and everywhere at the drop of a hat. It’s taught us that we can work remotely with ease. And it’s taught us that – no surprise, really – we need to think smarter when it comes to our behaviour as consumers.
While Covid-19 has played havoc with economic fortunes all over the planet,...
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Not measuring up: why sizing in women’s fashion is so inconsistent
Erratic sizing in women’s clothing has been the bane of female shoppers’ lives for some time, where a 10 in one shop – or garment – can be larger than a 14 elsewhere. Finally, a few innovators are making changes