IMAGE Magazine presents
The weekend starts here!
Join us for a tasty sit-down breakfast and let us whet your creative appetite? IMAGE editor-in-chief Melanie Morris chats with some of Irish fashion’s most innovating names?
Artist and fashion designer, Helen’s distinctive colourful digital prints are sold in Europe, Asia and The Middle East. She has dressed Rita Ora, Cara Delevigne and Jessie J and was awarded KFW’s Irish Fashion Designer of the Year 2014. Her collections show in Paris every season while her studio is at home on her Monaghan farm.
Milliner Laura Kinsella, a former apprentice of Phillip Treacy’s launched her own collections of striking hats and headpieces in 2013. A graduate of Limerick School of Art and Design, she’s worked everywhere from Melbourne to Mexico City, but now calls Dublin home.
A distinctively feminine designer with an eye for detail, Helen Cody’s beautiful, hand-made bespoke pieces truly define the nature of couture. Helen has worked for Azzedine Alaia, and in all the fashion capitals for the world’s biggest magazines including French Vogue. She has been making stunning, one-off pieces in Dublin since 2000.
We’ve just confirmed internationally acclaimed designer Paul Costelloe to join our already impressive panel of speakers! Don’t miss what’s sure to be a great morning of fashion and fun!
WHEN Friday, October 17, 8-10am
WHERE The Drury Buildings, 52-55 Drury St, Dublin 2
TICKETS €30 including a great gift bag
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