Doctor Jane scrubs up to scoop Best Dressed Lady prize at the Curragh
After torrential downpours over the weekend, the sun came out for day two of the Tattersalls Irish Guineas Festival.
Actress Aoibhín Garrihy, 2fm presenter Eoghan McDermott and publisher Norah Casey served as celebrity judges to pick the male and female winners of the Killashee 'Irish Tatler' Style Icon competition.
Jane Mulrooney, a doctor from Co Galway, and Stuart Montgomery, from Co Cork, emerged victorious.
Wearing a dress by Roksanda Ilincic, a hat by Martha Lynn, Louis Vuitton shoes and a bag by Hermes, Jane said she was over the moon to have won.
"I'm delighted, it's fabulous. The style is amazing and everyone makes an effort," she said.
Jane walked away with a two-night stay for two at the Killashee Hotel, including spa treatments, and a shopping spree worth €500.
Dr Mulrooney, who has a private dermatology clinic, is no stranger to the best dressed lady competition, having previously won at the Punchestown Festival last year wearing the same hat.
"Martha [Lynn] makes very wearable hats, simple structured lines and I think she does them very well," she said.
Judge Aoibhin Garrihy said she was looking for some "Hollywood glam" on the racecourse.
"A classic look is important as well. Because it's summer and it's sunny, a pop of colour is always nice," she said.
"As Irish women, I think we tend to cling to the blacks and navys. I'm all about supporting Irish as well, so an Irish milliner is always a plus. People didn't shy away from the bright colours, which was great."
Businesswoman Casey made her first public appearance since she revealed on RTÉ's 'Late Late Show' that she was the victim of domestic abuse.
Casey later found love with her second husband, Richard Hannaford, who passed away in 2011.
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