Head to D-Light studios on Saturday for a showcase of the country's most exciting sustainable fashion.
Few laptops in Trinity aren't adorned with stickers declaring society allegiances or political messages.
These Trinity students are making a name for themselves in the cultural sphere, all the while keeping up with a full-time degree.
Trinity's latest must-have accessory is the perfect non-committal nod to sustainability.
Pioneering Trinity students Guoda Trečiokaitė and Siubhan O’Donnell have founded a sustainability-focused fashion magazine
The North Face puffer has infiltrated the wardrobes of students all over campus – the sartorially minded and the more practical fashion-phobes alike.
The show, entitled the Persistence of Memory, was held in D-Light Studios in North Strand.
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Forget second-rate gifts fresh off the high street and impress with a quality present from one of Dublin's independent stores.
The pop-up store in Dundrum features a mix of both emerging and established Irish designers.