Month: September 2013

My Emmy Fashion Picks

The Emmys are one of the biggest nights of the year in Hollywood and it’s only fitting that there should be some fabulous style to go along with it. All of our favourite actors and actresses from Breaking Bad to Mad Men, The Big Bang Theory to Modern Family were gracing the red carpet in Read More

The Galway Bloggers Party

Yesterday I attended the much-awaited Galway Bloggers Party in the House Hotel in Galway city. It was a fantastic day and I went along with my best mate Babs from Babs Scribbles, who drove up from Waterford for the event! It started around one and we got there a little bit early and nabbed one Read More

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Spotlight On: Colin Horgan

September 5-8 saw the hugely popular Dublin Fashion Festival return to our fair capital for its fourth consecutive year. The DFF, this year hosted by the stunning Laura Whitmore, is a celebration of innovative and home-grown fashion and style, awarding and showcasing some of the best talent Ireland has to offer. One such talent is Colin Horgan, a designer Read More

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My LFW Street Style Picks

One of my favourite parts of Fashion Week has always been looking at all the incredible street style out there. London Fashion Week is, by far, my favourite of the bunch, as it doesn’t have the polished and perfect style that the other three cities strive to have. There is something a little different, even Read More

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Inspiration: Gorgeous Office Spaces

So Brian & I got word the other day that we have a place to live in London! We’re not moving until May but it takes a massive weight off our minds to have a place ready for when we move over and we can start planning things a little bit early (well, I can)! Read More

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Androgyny Is The New Femininity

When you hear the word femininity in fashion, this conjures up visions of flowing skirts and dainty blouses in muted and pastel shades. For years now, the feminine label has done exactly what it says in the tin, creating style elitism for women that doesn’t need to be there, snobbery against women who want to wear trousers or a statement colour. Read More