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Fashionistas from all over Ireland flock to Galway today for the fifth annual Irish Fashion Innovation Awards which take place in the Radisson Blu Hotel.
Summer is a great time to accessorise, I think. You can have so much fun with colour, especially with the very trendy neon this season, and adding a little bling is never a bad thing. And you have to remember that whether you like to wear scarves, bangles, or bags, they never really go out of fashion, so think of them as a very good investment. My current favourites include gold bangles (lots of them), big, chunky, necklaces, and gold earrings, worn with my go-to look of a T-shirt and black blazer. With plenty of collections and designers to choose from, here are just a few of my summer picks.
Inspired by angelic themes, the award-winning jewellery designer Roberto Giannotti has created the Angeli collection, a unique range of contemporary jewellery in silver with gold and rose gold, beautifully packaged, and complete with a detailed history of angels throughout the ages.
The Western Development Commission (WDC) has launched the LookWest.ie My Summer photo competition. The competition, running during July and August, invites people to capture their favourite west of Ireland summer moments and be in with a chance to win the top prize worth €1,500. Photos can be of a great memory, the fun and excitement of attending one of the region’s many festivals or just a lazy, relaxing day that captures the appeal of the West of Ireland. Entry is free, and photos can be uploaded through the competition link on www.lookwest.ie or on the LookWest.ie Facebook page.
The Down Syndrome Centre’s fashion-forward campaign, Buy My Dress takes place in a one day pop-up shop at the g Hotel on Saturday May 28 from 10am to 6pm. Buy My Dress is supported by Kellogg’s Special K and invites women to dig out the many unwanted dresses hanging in wardrobes nationwide and donate them to this exciting fundraiser in aid of Down Syndrome Centre.
Fashion guru John Rocha, fresh from showing his autumn/winter 2010 collection at London Fashion week, will be honoured in Galway at the Golden Egg Irish Fashion Innovation Awards which will take place at the Radisson Blu hotel on Thursday March 18.
The Fashion Fusion fashion show which recently took place in the Castlecourt was a great success and the organiser of the event, Rita Mylett of RMI Branding, would like to thank all who contributed and supported the event.