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Front of stage – the Respect ‘Strike a Ball, Strike a Pose’ fashion show at the Mansion House

Nikita is wearing a Marella dress from Arnotts So last Friday, as you’ll know, I styled the Respect fashion show at Dublin’s Mansion House. I’ll give you the full behind-the-scenes story some other day (as thrilling as I think you’ll …

Wed, May 23, 2012, 10:30

   

Nikita is wearing a Marella dress from Arnotts

So last Friday, as you’ll know, I styled the Respect fashion show at Dublin’s Mansion House. I’ll give you the full behind-the-scenes story some other day (as thrilling as I think you’ll find my blow-by-blow account) but for now check out the official photographs by Fennell Photography.

Kim is wearing a suit by the Suit Co

Dress by Ladies Dress Rentals

Sorcha is wearing a silk skirt and top by Irish designer Jennifer Rothwell

Nikita is wearing a skirt and top by Tata Naka at Smock

Megan is wearing a dress by Trina Turk at Arnotts, with hat by Aisling Ahern

Gerald is wearing another great suit by The Suit Co

Li-Ann is wearing a Preen for Debenhams dress with a necklace by Joanne Hynes

Patrick is wearing clothes from Arnotts

Sorcha is wearing a Jaeger wrap dress from Arnotts

Courtney is wearing a T-shirt by Pinko and a skirt by Mark & James, both from Arnotts

Kristine is wearing an Anna Sui dress from Arnotts

Niamh is wearing a Jaeger dress from Arnotts, with a collar by Joanne Hynes

Li-Ann is wearing a dress by Moschino Cheap & Chic at Arnotts

Nikita is wearing a dress by Caoimhe Keane at Project 51

Models were provided by Absolute the Agency (with the honourable exception of Gerald, above, who was a local sporting volunteer!) – with women’s shoes from Buffalo and men’s shoes by Tommy Bowe for Lloyd & Pryce, exclusive to Korkys in Ireland.

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