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WIN a luxury 3.1 Phillip Lim weekend bag made from eco-friendly materials
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An Ode To Irish Fashion


By IMAGE
25th Sep 2013
An Ode To Irish Fashion

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A host of fashion devotees, including presenters Laura Whitmore and Darren Kennedy, actor Alexander Ludwig, model Alison Canavan, and fashion blogger Lorna Weightman attended the Dublin Fashion Festival. It kicked off with a flying start in the city as fashion lovers and style devotees flooded the streets of Dublin over the first weekend in September. One of the highlights of the lively weekend was the Creative Quarter Fashion show, which took place at the beginning of the festival. Laura Whitmore acted as MC, while the catwalk showcased the very best of Irish design, including vintage samples and a collection of one-off pieces, to the 150 admiring onlookers. The night continued with a drinks reception in the ever-chic Lost Society. A fabulous start to an eventful weekend which left everybody longing for the colder months and an excuse to update their autumn wardrobes.