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Social Pics: Vintage Finds You Official Launch With Sonya Lennon


By Jennifer McShane
19th Oct 2016
Social Pics: Vintage Finds You Official Launch With Sonya Lennon

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Fashion lovers and vintage enthusiasts attended the official launch of Vintage Finds You with stylist?Naomi Fitzgibbon recently?in Drury Buildings. Sonya Lennon introduced Naomi Fitzgibbon on the night and interviewed her about the brand. Naomi then showcased her treasure trove collection, including vintage Wolfangel, Hermes and Gucci pieces.??It’s all about the story of each individual garment,? she explained. ?Many of my pieces are bespoke dresses that saw amazing times and eras. You think about the story they could tell. You’re never going to see the same person wearing these pieces; you will always be unique.?Guests enjoyed prosecco and canap’s and were spoiled with artisan Irish products: Emma’s Eco-Soy Candles, Wild Oats Soap and Anne McDevitt beauty. One lucky guest received a Shiseido and Isadora gift bag in the hashtag competition.

See who attended in our gallery above.

Pictures: Paul Sherwood