Wednesday 22 February 2017

Roz Purcell supports Irish design as fashion face off continues at the Galway Races

Published 01/08/2015 | 08:48

Kirsty Farrell from Newry, Kim Tighe from Galway, and model Rozanna Purcell
Kirsty Farrell from Newry, Kim Tighe from Galway, and model Rozanna Purcell
Best Dressed winner Aoife Ryan from Wexford
Kirsty Farrell from Newry enjoys the Galway Races at Ballybrit yesterday, despite the wet conditions
Yvonne Qerama and Helen Fahy both from Galway
Sisters Samantha and Siobhan Boland from Ballina at Ballybrit

Ladies Day may be done and dusted for another year, but the style stakes are still high at the Galway Races.

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Friday saw a new influx of Irish fashionistas clamouring it out to be spotted among the crowd for their efforts, with top model and My Fair Lady judge Rozanna Purcell on the lookout for another winner.

The former beauty queen (24) has been in the West since Thursday where she judged a Best Dressed competition for the Hotel Meyrick and continued her duties yesterday, alongside Irish rugby star Robbie Henshaw and stylist Marietta Doran.

Read more: Cork woman Alex Butler wins €10k Best Dressed Lady prize at the Galway Races

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And while she might not have been dressed for the rain, her quirky Natalie B. Coleman gave her an edge among the stylish crop of racing goers.

Wexford woman Aoife Ryan won Best Dressed at Ballybrit yesterday in a monochrome number from Warehouse.

Best Dressed winner Aoife Ryan from Wexford
Best Dressed winner Aoife Ryan from Wexford

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