05th Apr 2015
Laura Kinsella is an IMAGE.ie favourite. And Lady Gaga has been known to send her an email requesting samples. An Irish woman to keep your eye on.
Ryan Lo’s is a fashion desigmer primarily, but her headpieces are startling and continue the acidic princess vibe she’s become know for.
Frozen princess 💦??
A photo posted by Ryan Lo (@ryanlo89) on Mar 4, 2015 at 8:41am PST
If you’re after the type of style that suggests femme fatale lurking about Shanghai in the 1930s, Gigi Burris is your gal. Forget the type of stuffy fascinators that ruin race day, Burris constructs gorgeous shadow veiling fit for a (dragon) queen, as seen on Game of Thrones? Emilia Clarke below.
Heidi Lee is something of an enigma. In that our Google search results aren’t exactly replete with much information about this futuristic talent. However, with such pieces like this ?D printed Watermelon Cocktail Parasol hat in her repertoire, we can sense her name being a regular in fashion magazines.
#MADBiennial #NYC #2014 @HEIDI_337 #Echohat #Fashion #Art #Design #Madhatter @MADMuseum #NYCMakers #100Makers #photo @mr_kiwis #josephjagos
A photo posted by Heidi J?eun Jouet (@heidi_337) on Jul 14, 2014 at 12:46am PDT
Martha Lynn is another Irish talent who plays with shapes. She’s big into colour and patterns, lending her work an Alice in Wonderland vibe. We love very much.
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