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.
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.
Transparent magazine is encouraging people to save the environment by swapping old clothes for new ones in Lucky's Bar today.
Sinéad Burke spoke to students on accessibility, Instagram fame and her Mam's objections to her more avant garde outfits.
Celebrators of independent fashion retailers were treated to a rich fashion trail, entitled Get Up, around Dublin's creative haunts on Thursday.