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What’s Inside The June Issue


by Rosie McMeel
17th May 2017

Welcome to our Big Summer Issue. This month, there is much to celebrate, as we shake off some of the layers imposed by colder months and embrace a brighter, lighter approach to both our wardrobes and our lives.

This month’s cover story features three new Irish faces making an impact on the international model scene. We guarantee you’ll see a lot more from Sarah Tansey, Aoibhinn Lane and Alannah Beirne.

 

Eclectic separates make perfect bedfellows to punchy patterns and sexy silhouettes this season. Aisling Farinella shows you how to style them.

Photograph courtesy of?Hobbs.

From fun-filled festivals to must-see exhibits, Meg Walker rounds up all the highlights of this season’s unmissable cultural events.

Our very own resident risk-taker Roisin Agnew explores the roles gender and privilege play?in the art of risk-taking.

Photograph courtesy of The Parks Apparel

If Roisin’s feature inspires or?you’re simply looking to give your two-week holiday an upgrade this year, look no further than Jillian Bolger’s guide to the best adventure holidays in Ireland. Go forth and be wild. You have IMAGE’s blessing.

 

The June issue of IMAGE Magazine is out now.

 

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