When fashion designer Rick Owens replaced runway models with a plus-sized African-American step-dancing team for his spring show in Paris, it created (...)

These five women artists first got together around a table in Benita Stoney’s house in Newport, Co Mayo, last year with the idea of forming a group ca(...)

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Parfois, despite its French name (which means “sometimes”), is actually a Portuguese accessories brand known for its affordable bags, scarves, belts w(...)

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A new express breakfast blow dry service for stylistas on the go has been set up by Dylan Bradshaw in his salon at 56 South William Street, Dublin.(...)

Tights Department, Dublin’s first boutique specialising in legwear is the initiative of Katie McDonnell, a fashion graduate of Limerick School of Ar(...)

A model wears a creation for Irish fashion designer Sharon Wauchob’s ready-to-wear collection in Paris yesterday. Photograph: Thibault Camus/AP.

The Louvre Oratory, where the funerals of both Louis XIII and Cardinal Richelieu took place, was the historic location in Paris yesterday for Irish(...)

George O’Malley, restoring the plaster work by Michael Stapleton at Belvedere College Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

‘You can often gauge the health of a society by the way it treats its heritage and old buildings,” says George O’Malley, Ireland’s leading master p(...)

Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip, Sabina Higgins, Queen Elizabeth and President Michael D Higgins watch a ceremonial welcome at Windsor Castle yesterday. Photograph: Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images

Yesterday’s engagements at Windsor Castle and Westminster highlighted the sartorial choices of President Michael D Higgins and his wife Sabina on t(...)

A model shows a creation by Irish designer Sharon Wauchob as part of her new women’s collection, shown in Paris yesterday. Photograph: Benoit Tessier/Reuters

On the second day of Paris Fashion Week, Sharon Wauchob, the only Irish designer on the Paris catwalks, sent out a stellar collection yesterday(...)

We’re all (well, nearly a million of us) familiar with their characters – Gavin, Trish and Kellie – from the RTÉ series Love/Hate, but for this Christ(...)