The Hype. The College View
The pandemic has proven that the future of fashion is rental
Journalist and Entrepreneur Anne-Marie Tomchak on sharing her joy
The faces behind the fashion are Irish women who have leveraged conversations around mental health, fashion and sustainability. From women such as Roz Purcell, Louise McSharry, Dr Doireann O’Leary and IamIrish founder Lorraine Maher, each woman has a positive, powerful contribution to make that extends far beyond a piece of clothing.
Garnier products are now officially cruelty free
Imposter syndrome: The cycle and how to overcome it
Imposter syndrome is something we have all heard of but probably don’t know much about.
From “Shy Di” to fashion’s favourite: The evolution of Princess Diana’s style
From epochal ball gowns to iconic athleisure wear, throughout her public life Diana’s wardrobe captivated the world’s attention. Portraying such a paragon of fashion is no easy feat, nor is recreating her style. Yet these were the mammoth challenges Emma Corrin and costume designer Amy Roberts found themselves tasked with in the latest season of The Crown.
Geraldine Carton of The Useless Project: “The only way is up”
Curbing the maskne epidemic
The power of street art
When motherhood isn’t the mission
Turn and face the strange
There is not one person who remains untouched by Covid-19. We are all still mourning things that we have sacrificed or that have been taken from us by the pandemic, which can make moving forward into such unusual times even harder. According to psychotherapist Olivia Feehan, this is totally natural, and she reassured that it is possible to move on while feeling the pain of our grief, but we must acknowledge our losses for recovery to begin.