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SOCIAL PICTURES: Dresses.ie SS16 Collection Preview


By Holly O'Neill
03rd Mar 2016
SOCIAL PICTURES: Dresses.ie SS16 Collection Preview

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It was a beautiful morning yesterday at the Dresses.ie SS16 preview. From 8am, bloggers and Irish fashionistas packed into Sam’s Bar on Dawson Street to see Dresses.ie’s SS16 preview, styled and produced by fashion stylist Brian Conway.

A collection of pastels, leather, faux-fur and distressed denim, incorporating 70’s fringing, 50’s florals – Dresses.ie have relaunched as a retailer of not just dresses, but a wider wardrobe including bomber jackets, gilets and playsuits. The S16 collection starts at just €35, with next day, free of charge delivery on all Republic of Ireland orders.

Dylan Byrne for TONI&GUY was on hand for hair, with Sue Doyle for Stila Cosmetics working on make up and DJ Sinead Meaney on the decks.?

See some of the pictures from the event below.

To view the entire S16 collection log on to www.dresses.ie or check out www.facebook.com/dressesie, www.instagram.com/dresses.ie or www.twitter.com/dressesireland.