Saturday, October 29, 2011

Would you slip them on?





Little old man-esque slippers are cropping up on a lot of fashionistas feet as of late. At first I wasn't all that convinced that a young lady like myself should wear shoes that evoke images of grandfathers with big cigars, billowing smoke, whiskey tumblers and finely pressed newspapers. But when I spotted them on the models at The Row 2011 A/W Collection my mind quickly changed. Now I'm slightly in love these beauties and scouring the market for a pair for myself.
So what do you think? Are they chic or the ultimate faux pas?

P.S. The last pair by Charlotte Olympia are my favourite! How cute are they?!

Saturday, October 8, 2011

Resurrection

Perhaps someday I'll post regularly...

In other news check out my AMAZING Missoni-esque nails by Aoife at The Alpha Nail.


Saturday, June 18, 2011

Blossoming

It's been a while...too long in fact. Apologies for that. My studies sort of took over the last year but now I'm back and bolder than ever! I think this editorial sums up my mood and life in general right now as I close one chapter and enter into an exciting future.




Images: Fashion Gone Rogue

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Wildfox

Loving all things French and tongue-in-cheek, I adore this editorial....






Friday, October 22, 2010

Scanlan & Theodore Spring 2011

I'm a sucker for anything that is grunge-glam, and Scanlon and Theodore's classically cut dresses are über-luxurious in that chic understated fashion. 
Erin Wasson's 'je ne sais quoi' makes it all the more interesting...







Friday, October 1, 2010

Desole

It seems as though the only thing I do on this blog is apologise for my absence.
But lets face - being in sixth year (Irish exam year) and trying to have time for yourself doesn't exactly go hand in hand.

Anyway now that I have a bit of time I'm gonna let y'all in on some stuff that happened recently...

As some of you Irish readers may know, Oxfam has tee'med up with some of Ireland's incredibly gifted designers in support of Climate Change, one of Oxfam's biggest initiatives. Designers such as Peter O'Brien, Eilis Boyle,  Alison Conneely, Una Burke and Joanna Hynes were among the few who helped design these amazing fairtrade tees.

I was lucky enough to be asked to take part in the fab campaign styled by Angela Scanlon and photographed by Johnny Savage. (Incredible name or what?)

Check me out in Eilis Boyle's gorgeous tee...



Here are some of my other favorite shots from the day. Tee's are available in A|wear stores and on awear.com. A big thanks to hairstyling and make-up extraordinaires Maurice Flynn and Kate O'Reilly for beautifying us all!


Looks to Love