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Image / Fashion

The Lust List: What We Want Need And Love This Month

30th Jun 2016

Looking for a dress to impress or an awe-inspiring handbag??Check out our July?wish list.

Desirous of denim

There’s something special about denim that’s’done differently, and this Claudie Pierlot jumpsuit is no exception. Paired with a pretty, high- collared feminine shirt and masculine shoes, the balance of effortless style is just right.


Jodie bodysuit, €265; Celeste shirt, €185; Antoine shoes, €245; Angel bag, €195; all at claudiepierlot.com

To have and to hold

These hand-finished leather bags are by Irish brand CarveOn, which comprises a team of six working from a former milk parlour in Co Kildare. The team mixes traditional (vintage sewing machines) and modern (laser technology) techniques to create these beautifully tactile leather pieces.

CarveOn leather tote bag red

Leather tote in red, €225 at carveon.com


Messenger bag in dark brown, €195 at carveon.com


We’re inspired by nature …Well, by jeweller Bill Skinner’s nature-inspired collection, anyway. Beautifully crafted insects adorn rings and earrings – perfect for those who like something a little quirky and cool.



Bee and honeycomb ring, €76.19 at billskinnerstudio.com

In The Frame

Irish brand Dead Fresh uses several different wood types to create its cool wooden framed collection of sunglasses. Environmentally aware, the team
is in talks with the International Tree Foundation (ITF) to plant a new tree for each pair of sunglasses sold; from €50 at deadfreshsunglasses.com.

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You can check out our full wishlist and more in the July issue of Image Magazine which is now available nationwide.