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What’s Inside The November Issue


by Marie Kelly
07th Oct 2016
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From this month’s cover star, singer/songwriter Lisa Hannigan, to author Eimear McBride and director Aoife Kelleher, the November issue of IMAGE Magazine?focuses on the creative women?influencing Ireland’s cultural landscape right now and striking a cord with modern women everywhere. As always, there’s a wealth of style advice and fashion picks with which to cement your AW wardrobe, including forever coats, wear-with-anything knits and those perfect finishing touches.

Song Bird

In her first ever magazine photo shoot, the super talented Lisa?Hannigan looks stunning in?labels from Simone Rocha to Alice + Olivia. She opens up to Jessie Collins about why she almost abandoned?her greatest?passion.

Prints Of Darkness

In the first of our two exquisite fashion editorials, stylist Sinead Keenan reveals how to expertly mix and match earthy prints and tactile textures for a look that is chic and unique.

Puttin’ on the glitz

The finer details of an outfit are often what elevates a look from stylish to standout. We bring you the essential jewellery edit for this season.

Cosy, sexy, cool

Winter warmers have never looked so good … stylist Catherine Condell creates a gorgeous?capsule winter wardrobe in the second of our fashion editorials this month.

Irish women now

Just one of the?inspiring Irish women making waves right now, director of Strange Occurrences in a Small Irish Village and One Million Dubliners, Aoife Kelleher explains why she’s thoroughly optimistic about the?future.

Plus, you can check out the behind the scenes video of our Cosy, Sexy, Cool fashion editorial.

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