Though they are still awaiting their big catwalk moment, final-year fashion students at NCAD survived the logistical challenges of producing a collection in lockdown.
As we enter a semester of online classes, even Trinity’s most daring trends will have to think inside the pixelated box.
Nu Wardrobe, the successful clothes-sharing platform, now has an easy-to-use phone application.
Having amassed a following of over 34,000 and the coveted Depop verified badge, The Doyle Twins show no sign of slowing down.
Laura Egan, a once luxury-brand fashion designer, believes that sustainability starts with “your current wardrobe”.
The expansion of the ethical brand during lockdown is symptomatic of a broader pushback against fast fashion.
Lorna Marie Mugan, Normal People's costume designer, talks vintage clothes, the importance of place and Connell's famous chain.
Dublin’s fashion students – particularly designers – are facing up to a new set of problems during and after the pandemic.
Fashion statements in Trinity are changed irreparably. But students are still trying things out in lockdown – with decidedly mixed results.
We're in lockdown, but Naoise Jo – a Dublin-based designer – is making waves with a brand ethos of bringing ‘a little joy to whoever wears it’.