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The Irish fashion scene is eagerly awaiting this year’s Peter Mark NCAD graduate fashion show on May 23 in Dublin’s CHQ Building, and for Katriona Flynn from Mayo it will be the first chance to see her final year collection on show in all its glory.
Think the Blues Brothers, think Top Gun, Tom Cruise in that leather jacket and dark shades. For one night only, Friday May 29, you can re-live it all at the McWilliam Park Hotel and at the same time help two very worthy causes, the Irish Cancer Society and Down Syndrome Ireland.
The Imagined Community, an exhibition of drawings, paintings, and sculptures by Ross Cochrane, is currently at Custom House Studios, Westport, open every day until June 7.
Westport artist Neil McCormack opened an exhibition of paintings at the Ennistymon Courthouse Gallery and Studios, County Clare last Saturday evening May 16. The exhibition continues until May 30.
In last week’s column I emphasised the fact that knowing what suits your body shape is the key to look your best and save you money.
Across Mayo political posters have been defaced and vandalised, as is common with most political campaigns. But people would be forgiven for thinking they had stepped into Baghdad this week due to the vicious and sinister element which has developed in south Mayo where one sitting councillor’s poster was shot at. This turn of events is one step too far and goes beyond painting glasses and moustaches on candidates’ faces.
A music summer course for teachers organised by Mayo Education Centre will be held at Scoil Raifteirí, Castlebar, from July 6 to July 10 with the WhistleBlast Quartet.
Rita Mylett, a personal styling and image consultant and Network Mayo’s Business Woman of the Year, offers Mayo Advertiser readers some fashion tips (www.rmibranding.com).
With the current economic climate it is even more important to present yourself appropriately in the workplace while sending the right message, whether it is for a job interview or when meeting your clients or colleagues. By developing a capsule wardrobe of basic pieces (such a dresses, suits, jackets or coats, etc) that you can mix and match, you can be confident of looking your best in any business situation. The looks will vary with the type of work you do:
Ireland’s top traditional, folk and Celtic music industry stars will be recognised and awarded for their contribution to the industry at Ireland’s Music Awards which will take place in the Royal Theatre, Castlebar this summer on Saturday August 1.