Styles to banish the blues
Bold colours, clashing prints and new shapes made for an uplifting spring/summer show at Arnotts
Blue paper discs hung from the ceiling at Arnotts, and beneath them came colours and prints to lift any mood. The Arnotts spring/summer show took place last Thursday morning in-store at Henry Street and comprised 90 looks styled by the ever-inventive Aisling Farinella. With bold colours, clashing prints, new shapes and a resounding mood of, well, happiness, it convinced this shopper to buy something new on the spot. Well that’s what a new season is...
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