Emma Manley

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 Jenny Huston and Emma Manley at the launch of their Irish design pop-up at   at Dundrum Town Centre

When did you last cry? Emma: In the car earlier. It’s been a long year getting to this point. Jenny: Tired and emotional . . . Emma: And pregnant, (...)

Caroline Barron, founder of Hamilton Bear: “There is quite an adventure ahead with the bears and I really want to drive that myself.”

Caroline Barron established Hamilton Bear in 2013 and specialises in handmade “memory” or “keepsake” bears which she designs and manufactures in her s(...)

Steal versus splurge: The dress on the left costs €100, the other one carries a price tag of €1,665

THE MARK OF MANLEY Irish design is at the top of its game right now and one of the fashion designers leading the pack is Emma Manley. Her autumn wint(...)

Emma Manley: “What I wanted for the brand two years ago is now much bigger.” Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Emma Manley is creative director and owner of Manley, a womenswear fashion and accessories brand established in 2011 and based in the Guinness Enterpr(...)

Above: camel trench coat, €675, Orla Kiely; printed silk scarf, €125, Susannagh Grogan; pleated black dress with collar, €295, Peter O’Brien

‘We don’t always have to look abroad now to fit gaps in categories,” says Deirdre Devaney, head of womenswear at Arnotts as the store celebrates Ir(...)

From left, Rosie O’Reilly, Chupi, Emma Manley, Helen Steele (at back), Laura Kinsella, Jill de Búrca, Honor Fitzsimons, Lisa McCormack (on chair), Maria Dorai Raj and Natalie B Coleman

Each year, the Irish presence at London Fashion Week grows. JW Anderson, Paul Costello and Orla Kiely are now fixtures at the shows, and Simone Roc(...)

From now until the February 15th, the work of three young Irish fashion designers will be showcased at the Conrad hotel in Dublin. Visitors to (...)

Models Teo Sutra, Jonathan Zavala, and Yomiko Chen, are caught by a sudden gust of wind during a photocall to launch the Arnotts Spring Summer 2015 collections , in Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

The Wood Quay Venue behind the Civic Offices – featuring parts of the original Viking walls of Dublin – was the location for a breakfast presentation(...)

Left, from top: Shop Street in Galway; Laundromat Cafe in Reykjavik. Middle: a model wears a Chouchou Couture hood-scarf combo; right, from top: shoppers on Laugavegur, one of the oldest shopping streets in Reykjavik; Princes Square in Glasgow; Aniar in Galway

GLASGOWLay your head in the Grasshoppers Hotel (grasshoppersglasgow.com), a boutique hotel on Union Street in the centre of the city, tucked away on t(...)

Clockwise from main: Marina & the Diamonds sporting Natalie B Coleman designs; Turkish-born designer Umit Kutluk; Dublin styling powerhouse Grace Moore

Angela Scanlon. Her documentary Oi Ginger is top of the RTÉ Player charts at time of writing, and her own star is in the ascendant – she has been prof(...)

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