Ikea is to temporarily close its stores in Ireland and the UK to guard against the spread of the coronavirus.
Amid all the uncertainty, this year’s London Fashion Week has quietly set about its task of asking how women will dress for the decade ahead, writes Paul McLauchlan.
AS Joaquin Phoenix rose to the podium to collect his Academy Award for Best Actor, ears were peeled as the actor made his speech about inequality and our disconnect with the natural world.
Ryanair and Dalata Hotel Group were among the Irish shares caught up in a global shares sell-off as fears increased that the spread of the coronavirus would dampen world growth and tourism.
Being restrained by the boy band code and possibly his age — after all, he was only 16 when he joined One Direction — it took a few years for Harry to really put the style into Styles, writes Paula Burns.
As we say in Ireland, Meghan is damned if she does and damned if she doesn’t, partly because she’s a woman and partly because she’s a human of colour, writes Joyce Fegan
Being a royal isn’t easy, particularly when it comes to matters sartorial. Just ask Kate Middleton.
London Fashion Week Men’s showed what men will be wearing in Spring. Paul McLauchlan unveils six of the key trends.
The risk that a potential trade deal between the US and China will unexpectedly unravel into acrimony hit German, Irish, and other shares exposed to world trade.
UCC student Barry O’Sullivan may only be 20, but he has no shortage of ambition, bringing together some of the top business leaders in the country for the inaugural Executive Summit next month.
Wondering what you’ll be wearing next season? Paul McLauchlan unveils six key trends from London Fashion Week.
This season, we're taking stock of a new breed of animal prints, says AnneMarie O'Connor.
Forget ‘The Little Black Dress’ – partywear this festive season is all about colour, writes Carolyn Moore
Mark Mother’s Day with one of this season’s most beautiful scents, writes Rachel Marie Walsh.
Ireland’s only female delegate to attend Davos has praised the internet for giving her a voice.
With shares and confidence surging, Nike was on top of the world in 2015. The company was at an “all-time high,” chief executive officer Mark Parker said at an investor day that October.
UK fashion company Burberry Group is betting on growth in its smaller handbag business and playing up its trademark colours as new chief executive Marco Gobbetti seeks to join the luxury industry’s turnaround.
There is "enormous" potential for growth after Brexit but tougher immigration rules must not prevent the ability to work with people from around the world, the president of Burberry said.
Shareholders in the UK have dealt a blow to Burberry over the retailer's "excessive" executive pay, with nearly a third voting against generous payouts that include a £5.4m (€6m) share award for former boss Christopher Bailey.
Burberry gave a boost to new chief executive Marco Gobbetti only a week after he took the helm, saying rebounding sales in China are more than compensating for continued weakness in the US.
Tourism in Spain and the UK will lead a rebound in European luxury spending this year, while Chinese domestic consumption also increases, consultants Bain & Co said, raising its forecast for global growth in 2017.
The pound lost steam but continued to hover near six-month highs as investors took an optimistic view of Prime Minister Theresa May's plans for a general election in June.
Maggie Gyllenhaal wore Schiaparelli Couture to the Berlin Film Festival, where she was on the judging panel.
Alas there was no win for the Irish at this year’s Golden Globe ceremony but as always, we won hearts on the red carpet.
Now that Christmas is nearly here, it’s time to let loose the shimmer. Make sure you sparkle this festive season with Katie Wright’s glittering guide.
Backstage at the AW16 shows, make-up artists got graphic with a host of cool and creative eyeliner looks. Katie Wright reveals how to draw on the trend yourself.
Fashion firm Burberry has seen UK sales rocket as tourists flocking to London to take advantage of the Brexit-hit pound has sparked a luxury shopping spree.
Flu jabs, fading eyesight and widening waistlines go hand-in-hand with turning 50, writes Paul D’Alton
Driven by technology and customer demand, ‘see now, buy now’ will be the biggest shake-up the fashion world has seen since ready-to-wear hit the catwalk, says Carolyn Moore
Rachel Marie Walsh tries out hydrating lip colour products, a range of hand creams and also puts a number of niacinamide serums under the spotlight.
Christopher Bailey’s reign as both chief executive and head designer at Burberry is unlikely to be repeated, writes Kyran Fitzgerald.
Burberry Group’s plan to build a new £50m (€59.7m) weaving facility in the UK is on hold as the luxury-goods maker assesses the impact of the country’s Brexit vote.
International make-up artist and the master of nudes Wendy Rowe shares her secret to glowing skin with Clodagh Finn. Hint – it’s an inside job.
Pamper your pops this Father’s Day. Katie Wright sniffs out the smart smellies guaranteed to raise a smile.
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