January is hard enough with all the green juicing?and absence of festive cheer. Here's our top tip for getting you through the month: Give yourself a break, put the kettle on, pour yourself a cup of tea and take a little time out with?your favourite magazine. You'll feel better in no time. Trust me. In case you need further convincing, there are endless reasons to pick up the January issue of IMAGE Magazine, but here are?just a few of my favourites?
Amy Huberman wearing Dolce & Gabanna, photographed by Oliver Pearce
1 This month you get a break from my regular ed's letter as we had the pleasure of working with Amy Huberman as our first ever guest editor. Not only did the actress join the team in meetings, hang out in the office and help us plan the entire issue, but she also wrote a guest editor's letter for the issue. It's an uplifting note for anyone seeking some?positive motivation for?2017.
2 Fashion is always at the heart of IMAGE, and this month's issue is no different. Our fashion editor Marie Kelly explores her own, and Ireland's love affair with denim. Reading this will'make you nostalgic for your 501s.
Creative Businesswoman of the Year, Debbie O'Donnell
3 Don't miss all our extensive coverage of the tenth annual IMAGE Businesswoman of the Year Awards. Ireland's most outstanding businesswomen talk candidly about their journey to success and the people that inspire them. The January issue is packed full of fascinating stories to motivate your own professional journey. Read all about our annual awards?and check out the behind-the-scenes?pictures too.
Picture courtesy of Christian Louboutin
4 Instead of signing up to the latest workout craze or developing an addiction to deep fried kale, make a real and genuine investment into your holistic wellbeing this year. Claire O?Mahony shows you how.
Read Amy Huberman's interview inside the January issue of IMAGE Magazine
5 Did I mention Amy Huberman? The stunning actress and writer is utterly captivating in our fashion shoot. I had the pleasure of sitting'down with this month's cover star to talk fame and family. She also discusses the importance of women on TV and other less worthy?topics such as?how her Transition Year work experience prepped her for the unlikely?role as guest editor of our humble magazine.
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