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Lizzie Gore-Grimes

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Sarah Finnan

A narrow Victorian Dublin terrace has become a light-filled space connected to the outdoors
A narrow Victorian Dublin terrace has become a light-filled space connected to the outdoors

Megan Burns

Stylist Eoin Gavin on his favourite fashion finds
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Sarah Gill

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Louise O Sullivan

Meet Dennis Lawless, the winner of the 2024 River Island NCAD Fashion Design Bursary
Meet Dennis Lawless, the winner of the 2024 River Island NCAD Fashion Design Bursary

Ruth O'Connor

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Kate Demolder

Irish Design Spotlight: Ceadogán Rugmakers
Irish Design Spotlight: Ceadogán Rugmakers

Sarah Finnan

Almost 25% of six-year-olds have a smartphone
Almost 25% of six-year-olds have a smartphone

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Social Pics: No7 Ready To Speak Up Discussion


By Niamh ODonoghue
27th Oct 2016

Louise O'Neill

Social Pics: No7 Ready To Speak Up Discussion

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To celebrate the launch of No7’s new?Ready To Speak Up?campaign that stars award-winning Nigerian author and feminist?Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, guests were invited to take part in a special lunchtime conversation, hosted by Irish author and feminist activist?Louise O?Neill.?The discussion highlighted how women use and wear makeup, and the impact it has in our world. No7 by Boots want you to be strong, empowered, and ready?and believe?that O’Neill is the perfect?woman here in Ireland to spread the message?that you can wear makeup and still be taken seriously as a woman.