This beautiful red brick Victorian residence is on the market for €2.5 million
This beautiful red brick Victorian residence is on the market for €2.5 million

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It’s hard to believe that this luxurious Ballsbridge home used to be an eye clinic
It’s hard to believe that this luxurious Ballsbridge home used to be an eye clinic

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How to look like you’ve slept all night (when you’ve barely slept at all)

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My life as a fashion buyer – the glamour and the grit

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Supper Club: Quick and comforting chicken noodle soup

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Stylist Laura Jordan on her favourite fashion finds
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Social Pictures: International Women’s Day with Kildare Village


By Erin Lindsay
08th Mar 2019

Kim Rowan & Amber Rowan & Rebecca Morgan

Social Pictures: International Women’s Day with Kildare Village

Last night saw IMAGE, in collaboration with Kildare Village, take to Café en Seine in Dublin to celebrate International Women’s Day. The night consisted of a brilliant panel discussion, hosted by our own Digital Editor Dominique McMullan, with model Amber Jean Rowan, writer, podcast host and actress Stephanie Preissner and aeronautical engineer Norah Patten, where the women discussed their careers, challenges, highs and lows, and what International Women’s Day means to them. The discussion was followed by music by Sierra Leonian-Irish singer songwriter Loah, as she serenaded the audience. What a brilliant way to celebrate a special evening.