Weekend loves: This week’s must do, see & buy

Planning a wedding and vying for something a little bit different? Check out The Glitter Studio on February 25 and 26 at the chq in Dublin.


Described beautifully as ‘Pinterest come to life’ think champagne bar, workshops, designer show — plus prizes that include kitting out the entire bridal party. 



Tired of heels on her daily commute, Janan Leo invented a foldable shoe. She’d wear them on the tube, and fold them into her bag at the office. 

Less than a decade later, after a low-key launch on London market stalls, Cocorose flats are a favourite of Pippa Middleton, and they are sold in 30 countries. 

At the Baftas last week, there was a pair for every nominee in the goodie bag. 

The good news? They don’t come with a celebrity price tag. 

Ranging in price from £25-£110, check them out on www.cocoroselondon.com 


Forget caked-up foundation. We want to look natural, real. 

We can’t get enough of the new generation of HD formulas, and it’s all the better when a new launch comes from an Irish brand. 

Fushcia’s brand new HD foundation, €30, is like airbrushing for the skin. 

High-definition cosmetics are made with light reflecting ingredients and these particles give the illusion of an even and smooth finish. 

Plus, 10 shades promise a match for every skin tone.


As seen on screen: Seville is the perfect backdrop for a cinematic weekend break

As Tom Ford gets a big new fashion role, what’s his legacy in the industry?

What is Bauhaus and why does it matter today?

Can a craft exhibition have Brexit influences?

More From The Irish Examiner