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

Holidays over? It might still be worth a flying visit to Cork Airport. 

The Topflight Travel Photographer of the Year exhibition is on display fresh from its showing at Dublin Airport.

It features 24 images from some of Ireland’s strongest photographic talent. Our image here was the winning entry, Declan Keane from Co Louth’s ‘Stars Over Manarola’, one of the five villages of the Cinque Terra in Italy.


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

Kildare Village has done it again. Time and time again they find another reason for us to go on a little road trip. 

Outlet prices are the big drawcard, and now there’s From The Isle too, showcasing the very best in Irish talent, from food to fashion to beauty (like the Handmade Soap Company, below) .

Today and tomorrow Japanese cook Fiona Uyema will be giving cooking demos at the Zwilling boutique from 1pm to 4pm.

For more on the itinerary, see www.kildarevillage.com 


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

Our very mini heatwave last week brought with it clammy, humid days. 

Perfect timing then for Kiehl’s to launch its new refreshing mist, promising hours of hydration.

The cooling spray includes cactus flower and Tibetan ginseng root (known for its moisture retaining qualities).


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