Luxury fashion retailer Brown Thomas has showcased its Spring/Summer 18 collections.MORE
At the Golden Globes, the all-black red carpet took the spotlight off style as actresses dressed not to stand out but to stand together in solidarity against harassment, abuse and inequality, writes Carolyn Moore.MORE
Primers, facial tints and hair sprays are put to the test by Rachel Marie Walsh.
The days of the standard tux are gone – expect the men to be wearing velvet and colour at tomorrow’s Golden Globes. Blame it on the ‘Ryan Gosling effect’, writes Carolyn Moore.MORE
Could we really be bothered with trousers that pool around our feet in luxurious folds? No, we couldn’t. Carolyn Moore on the trends that drove us crazy in 2017.
Designed by women, for women, the humble, yet game-changing sports bra turned 40 this year. Carolyn Moore reports.
Rachel Marie Walsh narrows down the best of this year’s red carpet looks.MORE
There are lots of small steps you can take to make big changes in the year ahead, says Margaret Jennings.MORE
Take inspiration out of Meghan’s playbook and nail your party look by simply keeping it simple. Carolyn Moore looks back on Markle’s year in fashion.MORE
Look and feel gorgeous throughout the party season with long-wearing beauty that cares for hair and skin. Rachel Marie Walsh reportsMORE
Those close to power have sometimes been luminaries in the world of fashion too. Meghan Markle’s new it-bag is the latest in a long line of must-have fashion accessories first worn by the rich and famous, says Robert Hume.MORE
One woman, four personal shoppers. Roisin Burke puts four department store experts to the test as she hunts for the perfect festive party outfit.MORE
Looking for new ways to wear a leather skirt? You’re in luck.MORE
Buying for a beauty fan this Christmas? We’ve got gifts to suit every taste.MORE
Saoirse Ronan was radiant in Rodarte at the Gotham Independent Film Awards in New York. I love this more-is-more dress from tulle hem to epaulettes, even the flowers and frills don’t look too much.MORE
Rachel Marie Walsh picks the best beauty stocking-fillers for this season.MORE
From the affordable to the extravagant, this year’s festive beauty crackers are better than ever, says Katie WrightMORE
When emulating the 50-plus fashion mavens it’s not just their style you should adopt, but their attitude too, says Carolyn MooreMORE
Given the cyclical nature of fashion, it’s no wonder the 90s are back in vogue, with Winona Ryder’s pixie cut taking centre stage. But if you lived through a trend the first time, are you too old to revisit it when it gets rehashed decades later? Vintage 501s in hand, Carolyn Moore enters the debate.MORE
Katie Wright asks the experts what we can do to prevent total complexion meltdown in the run-up to ChristmasMORE
We called on make up master Christine Lucignano to bring us beautiful make up trends for Christmas and the party season, inspired by Chanel’s festive collectionMORE
UK designers have the government-funded British Fashion Council. Here in Ireland, there was nothing – until some of our top names in fashion came together to create the Council of
Irish Fashion Designers. Carolyn Moore reports.
It’s this winter’s surprising wardrobe hero. We’ve got three ways to wear a floral dressMORE
Every fashion collection begins with a mood board, a collage of images that inspire a designer. Five of Ireland’s biggest names in fashion share theirs with Carolyn Moore.MORE
A new book by Danish It Girl Pernille Teisbaek gets to the root of our love affair with Scandinavian fashion, writes Annmarie O’Connor.MORE
From blushers to powders, Rachel Marie Walsh puts the best on the market to the testMORE
Flower power goes to new lengths this season says, Annmarie O’ConnorMORE
As Sonya Lennon’s Dress for Success charity rolls out 10 pop-ups around the country, the stylist has some tips on how to update your drab office wear, writes Barbara ScullyMORE
Filled with sunset pinks, golds and rich purples, winter’s warm colour eye palettes are guaranteed to ward off the blues. Rachel Marie Walsh picks the season’s finest.MORE
Chanel started the trend in the 1930s, and this season, pockets were all over the catwalks again. But they signify so much more than just a mere fashion trend, says Annmarie O’ConnorMORE
From giant gobstopper gems to neck-grazing hoops, the 1980s statement earring was everywhere at Fashion Week, writes Annmarie O’Connor.
Age should have no bearing on how we dress anymore, writes Annmarie O’Connor, just look at Jane FondaMORE
It’s all about the eyes as Rachel Marie Walsh puts creams, gels and serums to the testMORE
Her first make-up line for Estée Lauder was the most talked about launch last year. And it lived up to the hype. This week Victoria Beckham flew into Dublin to showcase her second collection — and it’s a show stopper, writes Vickie Maye
She completed three degrees by the age of 23, and then decided to enter Miss Ireland. She won — and now the former beauty queen is trying to make it in New York. Aoife Walsh tells Rowena Walsh about life in the Big Apple
From Estée Lauder’s Breast Cancer Awareness range to makeup giant e.l.f.making its debut in Ireland, it’s a busy month for beauty launches, writes Rachel Marie WalshMORE