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Honda and Motorpark Galway will open the festive season in Galway in real style later this month with an action-packed launch event at the new Honda showroom.
EXHIBITIONS FEATURING works from established artists to students and an exhibition of notebooks by Will Self and John Rocha, open and are running in Galway this month.
The Kilkenny November sale takes place until next Sunday November 17. To celebrate its 50th birthday, Kilkenny is offering savings of up to 50 per cent off, meaning Christmas has come early for savvy shoppers embarking on their festive shopping. Shoppers will also avail of a hotel voucher to the value of €50 with every purchase.
Bouton is a stunning new designer silver jewellery brand that is now available in Galway, exclusively in Fallers Jewellers.
Alex and Ani, the hottest jewellery collection in the world right now, is available exclusively in Galway from Fallers Jewellers. Alex and Ani offers eco-friendly, positive energy, products that adorn the body, enlighten the mind, and empower the spirit. They are designed by Carolyn Rafaelian and made in America.
One of Ireland’s most successful designers, John Rocha exclusively launched his stunning new jewellery collections at the KIlkenny shop.
Paul Costelloe will be in store at Fallers at 11.30am on Thursday November 15, signing his much anticipated new Eaton Collection. Customers will be treated to refreshments and the chance to browse and purchase the latest Paul Costelloe collection in Fallers’ Williamsgate Street store, with one lucky shopper winning a fabulous Paul Costelloe piece.
A coffe morning for the Galway Hospice will take place in Fallers Jewellers, in conjunction with Thomas Sabo, today in-store from 10.30am-3.30pm.
Are you a fashionista whose urge to shop is being curtailed by the recession? A woman with a love for designer fashion but not for designer price tags?
Our European counterparts, such as France and Italy in particular, have been long standing pioneers of design. So much so both Paris and Milan have been the launch pad for many a great name including Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney and Tom Ford. However, as of late, our own shores have produced some of the best talent in the world of fashion who can more than compete with some of the more internationally known designers. Look at how well the likes of Paul Costello, John Rocha, Joanne Hynes and Orla Kiely have been internationally; with role models like these to look to, new Irish designers have the fashion world at their sewing machines.