10th collection from Eilis Boyle on Vimeo.
~ A few words from designer Eilis Boyle ~
What?‘Earlier this year while chatting with Aisling Farinella I mentioned I had started working on my 10th collection. She said we should do something special and came up with the idea of doing a fashion film. So she put together a dream team Rich Gilligan, Christine Lucignano, Zara Cox, Caitlyn Leckey and Fergal Brennan. We shot the film in a day.It was an exercise of the creative community coming together to make something different.’
Why?‘We wanted to do something new and video seems [...]
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Inside Style by Annmarie O’Connor – as featured in The Dubliner magazine – November 11th
I’m a sucker for texture. If there’s a furry gilet or mohair jumper within arms reach, chances are I’m stroking it gently whilst purring like a kitten. This has proven problematic in the past, in particular when such garments are on a person rather than a hanger. Such is my visceral reaction to fabrics that I’m fairly sure I’ve been profiled in several retail establishments. You can therefore imagine how divided I felt when [...]
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Procrastination is a bit like sex – lots of dithering and foreplay before actually getting down to business. This blog post may as well be an ear nibble as there’s a job staring me in the face that I just don’t want to go near. Beset by multiple-deadline syndrome, I’ve reached the end of my bandwith. Plain speaking – I’m wrecked. In fact, I could easily cite a headache and roll over but I’m no where near a bed. Instead, I’m tapping away at my keyboard hoping that something might spurt out. It’s [...]
I had the pleasure of working on a recent shoot with artist/stylist/designer Helen Steele who kindly gifted me with this amazing cuff. I first became aquainted with her work at a Harvey Nichols fashion show which she produced based on a six day play of Austrian artist Herman Nitch. The chainsaw-wielding clowns and paint-strewn catwalk had me hooked. If you’ve got an eye for art, log on to her website for a peek at her Donnie Darko-inspired acrylic on perspex offerings. Accessory hawks be sure to pop in to Harvey Nichols from December 1st where Helen’s cuffs will be selling for €150 [...]
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I’m a bit late posting this (er…very late!) but I just wanted to extend a ‘thank you’ to street style photographer Dvora who kindly stopped me to take my picture after the Nicole Farhi show at LFW. A shortlistee for Vogue’s Photoblog Competition, Dvora has a real kinship with Ireland having spent lived in Belfast. She took a liking to my coiff and my Queen Mary necklace. Those who know me know that this piece is from Joanne Hynes’ a/w 10 collection and is rarely seen off my neck! I’m always fascinated at [...]
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