18th Oct 2018
Please join us for an unforgettable dinner with longtime friend of IMAGE, Jo Malone CBE, on Thursday, November 8 at The Marker Hotel, Dublin.
Jo Malone and IMAGE join forces once again to collaborate on a magical evening of luxury and indulgence. Join us, and the legendary fragrance entrepreneur, as she returns to Ireland for another truly memorable – and exclusive – experience.
On the evening, join us for a champagne reception followed by a very special dinner – an extra-sensory partnership between Jo and The Marker’s executive chef Gareth Mullens – where sight, scent and flavour will each play a key role in elevating this most epicurean of evenings.
After dinner, IMAGE contributing editor Melanie Morris will interview Jo about the inspiring journey of a woman born to create. Meet the fragrance doyenne in person and shop at the on-site Space NK Jo Loves pop-up shop for access to 2018’s most sought-after fragrances, candles and gifts.
Seats are strictly limited for this unforgettable event, so book now to avoid disappointment.
WHEN Thursday, November 8, 2018
TIME 7 pm
The Marker Hotel, Grand Canal Square, Dublin 2
Tickets starting from €115 (plus VAT) – subject to availability
*Three-course meal, specially curated for the night, with a bespoke wine pairing
*Jo Loves gift
* Much more surprises and treats on the night
Want to come along? Get your tickets here.
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