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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.
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.
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.
If anyone knows anything about selling Christmas gifts, it is Fallers. They have this year renovated the store at Williamsgate Street, so now not alone has the store got a complete new shop front but the interior has been upgraded. This 132-year-old store has always been known for its vast selection of jewellery, gifts, and watches.
The search to find Ireland’s top young artists of 2011 is under way as brochures for the 57th Texaco Children’s Art Competition are arriving at primary and second-level schools throughout the county. Copies are also available through Texaco service stations and on-line at www.texacochildrensart.com.
Solarus, a classic rock/metal band whose influences include Zeppelin, Metallica, and Hendrix, will be bringing their talents to Roscommon Arts Centre on Saturday September 4.
Student artist Daniel Henry (5) who is a pupil at St Joseph’s PS, Athlone pictured with his painting entitled ‘Watermelon Delight’ which won him second prize and a cheque for €125 in the six years and under age category in this year’s Texaco Children’s Art Competition.