Models walk the runway during the Celine show as part of the Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Spring/Summer 2015 yesterday. Photograph: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images

Daring artistry and inspirational motifs find favour with Parisian audiences

A model in   Issey Miyake for his   ready-to-wear collection at Paris Fashion Week. Photograph:  Thierry Chesnot/Getty Images

Irish designer makes stellar debut with Spanish leather goods house

Mary Ginnifer’s bridal shoots are a heady mix of design, styling and make-up artistry with a dash of Galliano and McQueen for good(...)

Woodland carpet: the finale of Belgian designer Dries Van Noten’s spring-summer show at Paris Fashion Week yesterday. Photograph: Etienne Laurent/EPA

Dries Van Noten’s spring-summer show receives thunderous applause

The parachute dress. 
Norma Kamali updated the parachute dress in International Orange in 1974, replacing silk with waterproof nylon with an inherent ability to catch the wind.

Forget handbags, jeans, shoes or hats . . . it’s the dress that is at the core of fashion

Joseph Walsh is a self-taught furniture designer and first started learning about woodwork at the age of eight from his grandfather, James Duignan. Photograph: Andrew Bradley

The curving and flamboyant creations of this Kinsale-based designer are making waves in the furniture and art worlds

Models present creations during London Fashion Week. Photograph: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters

Reworking of girly details and sharp tailoring offer fresh edge and resonance

Take a bow

A young Irish design talent returned

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