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In today’s Irish Times magazine is another shoot (see here for the last) with the very talented Ailbhe O’Donnell, with make-up by Ellie Balfe, hair by Sian Sharkey and clothes modelled by Gracie at 1st Option. I was assisted by …

Sat, Oct 8, 2011, 09:30

   

In today’s Irish Times magazine is another shoot (see here for the last) with the very talented Ailbhe O’Donnell, with make-up by Ellie Balfe, hair by Sian Sharkey and clothes modelled by Gracie at 1st Option. I was assisted by the fantastic Ailbhe McNeela of Soooali (who is even more likeable in person than on her blog, if that seems possible).

Jacket and bodysuit by Mark & James at Arnotts; shoes by Jeffrey Campbell at Harvey Nichols

Dress by Lucy in Disguise

Jacket, cardigan, silk tee, belt and jeans by The Kooples at Brown Thomas (Dublin) and BT2 (Dundrum)

Leather jacket, silk dress and jeans by IRO at BT2 and Seagreen, Monkstown

Cropped knit and maxi skirt by Vince at Harvey Nichols; shoes by Melissa at BT2

What do you think?! I loved working on the shoot and Gracie is kind of a dream to dress – I have really high expectations of her!

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