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Alex Butler from Ballyedmond, Midleton, Co Cork, scooped the coveted title of Kilkenny Best Dressed Lady at Ladies' Day last week, this year sponsored by the Kilkenny Group.
Claremorris ladies were the big winners in the style stakes at Ladies Day at the Galway Races on Thursday (July 30), collecting two out of the three major prizes on the day.
Claremorris ladies were the big winners in the style stakes at Ladies Day at the Galway Races today (Thursday), collecting two out of the three major prizes.
A rainbow or delicious pastels and vibrant, rich, hues have sprung up in the shops, welcoming the arrival of the summer. They are shades for all of us to our style and moods. Here is how to wear summer’s best colours.
What better excuse to give your wardrobe a mid-season update than with super savings of up to 30 per cent on fashion and accessories at the Kilkenny Shop, home to Ireland’s largest selection of Irish designers as well as many top international labels. Kilkenny’s mid- season sale will run in all stores nationwide, including recently opened stores in Swords Pavilions and Whitewater Shopping Centre Newbridge, and online at kilkennyshop.com from April 9 to 21.
Take a step back in time with the new vintage-inspired collection from ‘50s Irish label Charlotte & Jane. Their latest line sees the introduction of new styles, including designs inspired by famed fashion icons, favourite dresses updated with faux fur cuffs and bolero jackets, and the launch of their new fabric, a range of luxurious Indian silks. Renowned for their signature ‘hourglass shape’, this collection also sees Charlotte & Jane introduce the ‘midi’ or ‘40s hemline for a feminine, elegant silhouette.
Carlow Lawn Tennis Club have an exciting new coaching programme in place for this autumn and winter. The programme will be spearheaded by the arrival of Tennis Ireland level 1 coach Ashley Wynne. Ashley has a fantastic junior playing pedigree having won national titles at U14s, U16s and U18s and has represented Ireland at junior level on numerous occasions.
COISCÉIM DANCE Theatre is celebrating 15 years of award-winning productions this year and to mark the occasion it is bringing two new dance works, As You Are and Faun, around the country.
AS THE curtain rises on 2010, what theatrical ‘goodies’ can playgoers look forward to at the Town Hall Theatre over the coming year?