Fashion

Retracing the Gritty and Glamorous History of Dublin Fashion

From the National Gallery to Sweny’s pharmacy, a new walking tour sets out to highlight Dublin's fashion history.
By Siobhan O’Leary Ashford

The Nu Approach to a More Ethical Fashion Industry

Two Trinity graduates are using their swap shop formula to try and create a more sustainable fashion industry.
By Ciara Pignatelli

An Inquisitive Approach to Fashion Writing

With the launch of FRANC Magazine this evening, Danielle Olavario speaks to Briony Somers about overcoming pretence in the fashion industry
By Danielle Olavario

One Jumper, One Word, One Message

In a project started by Anna Cosgrave, a former Trinity student, the Repeal Project's jumpers have taken over social media and sold out within an hour.
By Conor Davage

The Irish Designer With a Firm Hold on London Fashion Week

Conor Davage reflects on his recent trip to London Fashion Week and discusses Irish designer Danielle Romeril’s success in international fashion circles.
By Conor Davage

Amazing Grace – The Career of Grace Coddington

Danielle Olavario reflects on the career of Vogue's creative director following the news that she will be stepping down from her position
By Danielle Olavario

The Rise of Athleisure Living

Joey Germaine discusses the recent trend of fashionable active wear
By Joey Germaine

Nine Crows, a Small Company With a Huge Imprint on Irish Fashion

Nine Crows only opened in 2010, but its become one of Dublin’s most popular vintage clothing stores with their own creative agency.
By Conor Davage

Popularity: Michael Kors’ Silent Killer

Conor Davage examines the detrimental impact popularity can have on designer goods
By Conor Davage

Fashion Genius: Iris Apfel

Danielle Olavario discusses trendsetter Iris Apfel's enviable life lived for high fashion
By Danielle Olavario