My Louth: filmmaker Frank W. Kelly
My Louth: filmmaker Frank W. Kelly

Frank W. Kelly

From Pride parades to film festivals, here are 5 things to do around Ireland this weekend
From Pride parades to film festivals, here are 5 things to do around Ireland this...

Sarah Gill

Social Pictures: IMAGE Business Club ‘Power Up’ live event
Social Pictures: IMAGE Business Club ‘Power Up’ live event

Sarah Gill

A mother’s story: The loss of a son, a premature baby girl and the reality of the NICU
A mother’s story: The loss of a son, a premature baby girl and the reality...

Jennifer McShane

Fashion Fix: 7 things in Team IMAGE’s shopping basket this week
Fashion Fix: 7 things in Team IMAGE’s shopping basket this week

Sarah Finnan

Seven simple tips to make lighting your home easier
Seven simple tips to make lighting your home easier

Lauren Heskin

Heatwave: How to protect your pets from heatstroke
Heatwave: How to protect your pets from heatstroke

Grace McGettigan

August 12: Today’s top stories in 60 seconds
August 12: Today’s top stories in 60 seconds

Sarah Gill

This traditional Irish cottage tucked away in Cashel, Co. Galway is on the market for €250,000
This traditional Irish cottage tucked away in Cashel, Co. Galway is on the market for...

Sarah Gill

First date deal-breakers: The seven absolute worst things to do on a first date
First date deal-breakers: The seven absolute worst things to do on a first date

Geraldine Carton

Image / Fashion

Three sustainable Irish brands we’ve fallen head-over-heels for


By Ellen Bird
30th Nov 2018
Three sustainable Irish brands we’ve fallen head-over-heels for

Petria Lenehan

New York-based Irish designer Petria Lenehan has added to her womenswear collection with the launch of a stunning range of hand-knitted cashmere scarves, all of which are made sustainably.

Kinsale Leather

Each piece of Kinsale Leather is carefully handcrafted in West Cork.  The brand promises high-quality materials and an end product that delivers a chic, understated flair. These are classic pieces with timeless appeal.

Keem

Wolfhound faux fur gilet, €400 (to order) at keem.ie

Inspired by Achill Island’s gorgeous natural landscape, ethical luxury brand Keem creates woven silk, Donegal wool and organic cotton designs from natural fibres and 100 per cent faux fur.

This article originally appeared in the November issue of IMAGE Magazine.