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The Hair and Beauty Company, Athlone, is offering some great festive gifts at very competitive prices this Christmas.
Faustina Reidy and Rose Needham are holding a pre Christmas fashion show and Christmas market in Knockranny House Hotel on Thursday November 26 at 8pm to raise funds to supply the people of Kamativi, Zimbabwe, with clean running water.
College Awareness Week takes place from November 23 to 29. The aim of the week is to make people aware of the different courses available in colleges and the opportunities open to them.
Galway milliner, Suzie Mahony will showcase her Spring/Summer 2016 Collection on September 20 at London Fashion Week. Her couture collection will feature as part of the House of Ikons Show at the Hilton London in aid of the Princes Trust.
STOCKINGS, SUSPENDERS, lavish lingerie, suggestive dances, and lashings of sauce, burlesque is no longer about women performing for men, today it is about women performing for women, and artists and audience celebrating the diversity of female forms.
Mayo's road safety officer is waging a new war but this time, instead of phone users, tired drivers, or speed demons, the target is the humble flip flop.
Platforms make a comeback in keeping with fashion’s love affair with the 1970s. Salvatore Ferragamo features the “sandwich” platform wedge while the clog is also in the mix as seen as Gucci. The gladiator style features in the new season’s collection for Vince Camuto and Nine West with the laced ankle stiletto adding a touch of drama.
Estée Lauder’s story is a remarkable tale of one woman’s mission to revolutionise the world of skincare
Estée Lauder is without doubt one of the absolute giants in the world of skincare, beauty, and fragrances.
Three GTI students have been chosen to represent Galway’s vibrant student fashion scene in the upcoming Irish Fashion Innovation Awards.
Paul Byron Shoes is 100 per cent Irish owned, with 21 stores across Ireland providing high quality fashionable footwear at the right price. Having opened its first store in Ballaghderreen in 1978, Paul Byron Shoes opened its 21st store in Carrick-on-Shannon just last year.