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’.
The Dublin-based designer on the inspiration behind her face masks – as well as the social change she hopes they can help effect.
Taz Kelleher and Geraldine Carton, the founders of Sustainable Fashion Dublin, have taken their weekly flea market to Instagram.
The model and author discusses body image, social image – and why it's important to back up your activism with facts.
Once the stylistic equal of socks and sandals, the mullet has has risen from the ashes to take Trinity by storm.
Philip Murphy is a Trinity student. He's also the founder of P.Oven – a pizza company that's become a phenomenon in College circles.
This Thursday, Trinity's Fashion Society will run its annual show – a display 'unlike what we've done previously'.
The Dublin February Market, which will be held tomorrow, is the perfect place to find a fresh look for spring.