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

Invest in sunglasses, see some of Leonardo da Vinci’s most famous sketches and try Voya’s new Seaweed Eye Mask.

INVEST IN THESE

It’s May, and so the summertime search for sunnies begins. We’ve found the perfect pair. 

Finest Seven is the brand favoured by none other than the Beckhams, and we’re loving the new line in Samui, Drawbridge St, Cork –the only Irish stockist for the label. 

We’ve particularly fallen for these – classic aviators with a sleek double bridge and a green and gold colour combination for that sunshine feel. All yours for €445. 

www.samuifashions.com 

SEE THIS

Some of Leonardo da Vinci’s most famous sketches — depictions of anatomy, architecture, and botany — will be on display at the National Gallery Dublin until July 17.

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

Part of a year-long tour throughout museums in the UK and Ireland, these 10 drawings form part of the Royal Collection, 600 drawings by da Vinci thought to have been acquired in the 17th century by Charles II.

Not to be missed.

www.nationalgallery.ie 

TRY THIS

We always take notice when Irish spa brand Voya create a new product. 

And this one is very welcome indeed. 

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

Designed for tired, dehydrated eyes, the new Seaweed Eye Mask, €39, soothes contours, promising to help keep dry skin and wrinkles at bay. 

Seaweed extract Fucus Serratus is anti- inflammatory, while Sea Heather helps protect the outer layer of the skin.

www.voya.ie 


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