From Northern Irish fashion designer J.W. Anderson making serious waves with his gender-bending designs as creative director for the luxury Spanish fashion label Loewe to 22-year-old Carlow actress Saoirse Ronan making the coveted cover of Time magazine, there’s no denying that the year just gone was another incredibly triumphant one for Ireland’s next generation of game-changers.
Sat, 07 Jan, 2017
LOUISE COTTER is originally from Tralee in Co Kerry, but lives in Cork. She is one of the lead architects and co-founder of Carr Cotter Naessens (CCN) Architects, the firm that has won several awards for its work on dlr Lexicon, the library and cultural centre in Dún Laoghaire.
Thu, 08 Oct, 2015
WITH the recent focus on designers such as JW Anderson, Simone Rocha, Natalie B Coleman and Danielle Romeril, one could be forgiven for assuming that their success is somehow unprecedented in the history of Irish design.
Sun, 27 Jul, 2014
The battle between high street and high-end played out at London Fashion Week, with John Rocha and Mulberry vying for catwalk dominance against Whistles, Topshop Unique, and Rihanna for River Island, reports the Irish Examiner's Annmarie O’Connor.
Mon, 18 Feb, 2013
From fashion designers to actors and businesswomen to models, the next generation of young Irish people has thrown up some significant talent across a range of professions. These young people are among a pool of highly-accomplished achievers whose remarkable successes to date are bucking recessionary trends and putting their country back on the map.
Sun, 06 Jan, 2013