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TV3 anchor woman Glenda Gilson has embraced her new role as brand ambassador for Korean car franchise SsangYong and received a top of the range luxury SsangYong Korando
Koztello are delighted to announce that they are an exclusive stockist of Hairspray extensions, as seen on Celebrity Salon, Xpose, Ireland AM, and stars such as Rosanna Davison, Pixie Lott, Georgia Salpa, Andrea Roche, and Glenda Gilson.
Koztello is the exclusive stockist in the west of Ireland of hairspray extensions as seen on Celebrity Salon, Xpose, Ireland am, and on stars such as Rosanna Davison, Pixie Lott, Georgia Salpa, Andrea Roche, and Glenda Gilson.
The Down Syndrome Centre is urging women to donate dresses to one of Ireland’s most fashion-forward fundraisers, Buy My Dress, supported by Kellogg’s Special K. The Down Syndrome Centre hopes to raise €120,000 this year through the fundraiser, which will take place at various locations around the country on Saturday. The Galway Buy My Dress event will take place in the Hotel Meyrick on Saturday from 11am to 5pm.
Two Mayo students are among eight finalists in the Persil Irish Fashion Awards 2011 which boasts a €10,000 prize fund.
Now with the Races behind us, plans for the 2010 Clarinbridge Oyster Festival are underway with many ladies preparing to show off the glamour and maintain the west’s reputation for style.
All Star hurlers Ollie and Joe Canning were given the tough task of teaching some of the biggest stars in Hollywood how to play hurling on TV3’s Xposé. The Supermac’s sponsored hurlers taught Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, Kevin James, and David Spade, stars of The Grown Ups, how to handle a hurley and sliotar.
The countdown has begun to the Galway Races and this year’s Summer Festival kicks off with the Galway’s Best Hotels Day, with all seven races sponsored by Galway’s leading hotels and the feature race of the day the carlton.ie/galwaycity (Q.R) Handicap.
HAVE you got the look to become the next Irish Spectacle Wearer of the Year? If so, now is the time to get noticed, as Specsavers’ annual hunt to find Ireland’s ‘spec’sy new model is nearly over. With just two weeks remaining, now is the time to enter in-store at Specsavers in Eyre Square Centre, Galway.
The countdown is on for one of the most glamorous events of the year when Irish fashionistas dust down their manolos and descend in their thousands to Ballybrit for Ladies Day at the Galway Races.