This week's must do, see & buy

Newbridge have come a long way from cutlery. 

Their Museum of Style Icons features some of the most iconic Hollywood dresses of all time, while their jewellery lines go from strength to strength. 

The latest for spring, launched by Naomi Campbell, includes theForever Young collection, our personal favourite. Think bangles and bracelets for €55 in cream and rose golds. 


This week's must do, see & buy

Crosshaven House is re-opening to the public today as a luxury guesthouse.

Restored with great attention to detail, this period home has three floors with five suites, function rooms and beautiful lounge areas.

It’s available for private hire (for small weddings, corporate events and entertainment), or equally it is available on an individual booking basis for a truly unique weekend away. Summer holidays in Crosshaven – like the good old days. 


This week's must do, see & buy

Still relatively new to the city, Marc Cain on Oliver Plunkett St is already well established with Cork’s fashion elite. 

We love how they offer their customers that little something extra too - next Wednesday is a case in point.

At 11am and 2pm the store will host two spring/summer fashion shows - think champagne, summer treats and discounts.

We love.


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