Wednesday 18 October 2017

A five-star moment for top talent in Irish fashion

Some of our most talented fashion creatives have been featured on the pages of glossy international magazines as well as European catwalks and red carpets in LA. But from September 16 to October 4 they're on home soil and dressing Irish windows – not on the high street, however, but in the five-star Earlsfort Terrace hotel, the Conrad. Natalie B Coleman, worn by Mary J Blige and Laura Whitmore, seen in Harper's Bazaar and Marie Claire and shown in Milan, Paris and Berlin, will be one of the three top Irish designers dressing the iconic hotel's front windows. West coast milliner Mark T Burke, whose accolades include Accessory Designer of the Year at the Irish Fashion Innovation Awards, will take charge of another window and designer Laura Jayne Halton, known for dressing Oscar nominees, will command another with her custom-made gowns.

Some of our most talented fashion creatives have been featured on the pages of glossy international magazines as well as European catwalks and red carpets in LA. But from September 16 to October 4 they're on home soil and dressing Irish windows – not on the high street, however, but in the five-star Earlsfort Terrace hotel, the Conrad. Natalie B Coleman, worn by Mary J Blige and Laura Whitmore, seen in Harper's Bazaar and Marie Claire and shown in Milan, Paris and Berlin, will be one of the three top Irish designers dressing the iconic hotel's front windows. West coast milliner Mark T Burke, whose accolades include Accessory Designer of the Year at the Irish Fashion Innovation Awards, will take charge of another window and designer Laura Jayne Halton, known for dressing Oscar nominees, will command another with her custom-made gowns.

Sunday Independent

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