It's fantastic to see the Dublin Flea Market return to trading, but high prices may drive buyers away, writes Susie Crawford.
Love them or hate them, classic denim dungarees have made their way into Trinity students' wardrobes.
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.
Trinity is rife with the soft boy look. Here's how to spot one.