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See Madeline Mulqueen's dramatic makeover, as she stars in Gothic high fashion shoot

Published 02/10/2015 | 18:17

See the story behind the glamorous gown Madeline Mulqueen wore to accompany fiancé Jack Reynor to the Macbeth premiere.

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All eyes were on Limerick native Madeline when she stepped on to the red carpet at the Edinburgh Festival Theatre last weekend.

Jack Reynor and his partner Madeline Mulqueen attending the UK premiere of Macbeth at the Festival Theatre in Edinburgh, Scotland. Credit: Danny Lawson/PA Wire
Jack Reynor and his partner Madeline Mulqueen attending the UK premiere of Macbeth at the Festival Theatre in Edinburgh, Scotland. Credit: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

The model and blogger opted for a high neck, feathered-train dress by Scottish designer Jennifer Young for the star studded event.

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The pair met when Madeline modelled for Jennifer's graduate collection.

"After graduating, she asked me to be her model for her first collection," Madeline said. "For the Scottish premiere of Macbeth, I was so happy to wear her first masterpiece."

Award winning emerging designer Jennifer endeavours to create garments that showcase traditional tailoring skills with a feminine and fashionable edge, and she was delighted to accept the task of making a bespoke creation for Madeline to wear on the night.

Jennifer, who is based in Dublin, learned her craft amongst master tailors and was recently awarded the 'Excellence in Craftsmanship’ accolade from the National Tailoring Academy.

Inspired by Madeline's other half Jack Reynor's stellar turn in Macbeth, Jennifer decided to enlist the model for a photoshoot during her time in Scotland.

The shoot was carried out at iconic location Glamis Castle, which features in many of Shakespeare's plays, including Macbeth.

With up and coming fashion photographer Stewart Bryden behind the lens and hair/makeup by Molly Sheridan, the resulting images are stunning, mysterious and dramatic, while showcasing the fledgling designer's technical ability.

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