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Social pics: Diet Coke ‘Because I Can’ style event with Maven46


by Niamh ODonoghue
11th Aug 2018
Social pics: Diet Coke ‘Because I Can’ style event with Maven46

 

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Darren Kennedy and stylist and editor of maven46, Tanya Grimson, hosted the exclusive event in Dublin this week with style-conscious women and men to discuss the forthcoming trends for AW18.


Some of Ireland’s most-loved fashion stylists and influencers came together this week with Diet Coke and online fashion magazine Maven46 to talk trends for AW18. Diet Coke’s ‘Because I Can’ series is designed to give Diet Coke drinkers access to a series of once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to explore their passions and enjoy some carefree fun with Diet Coke.

As part of this year’s Diet Coke #BecauseICan series, style entrepreneur and fashion columnist Darren Kennedy and stylist and editor of maven46, Tanya Grimson, hosted an exclusive style event. Both shared their expertise on the new season’s trends; from leather and tweed to the return of the eighties, plus the fashion misses to be avoided this season. More than 40 guests attended the intimate evening event and were greeted with cocktails at the Diet Coke bar.

For more information on the Diet Coke ‘Because I Can’ series follow #BecauseICan.

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