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Glenda maintains a low profile

XPOSE presenter Glenda Gilson was keen to maintain a low profile following Friday night's VIP Style Awards, heading for Lillie's Bordello to celebrate her win as Best Dressed On The Night rather than Krystle nightclub, where the official after-party took place.

Former Clinic actress, Leigh Arnold was also spotted enjoying a night out with pals at the celebrity haunt.

Male guests included Dragon's Den judge Niall O Farrell and rugby legend Mick Galwey.

  • CELEBRITY chef Rachel Allen, Miss Cork Etaoin O hAilpin and Ronan O'Gara's wife Jessica stepped out to Brown Thomas Cork on Saturday afternoon to officially launch the 2010 Fashion Targets Breast Cancer Ireland campaign in aid of Action Breast Cancer.

It is being sponsored by the Irish Cancer Society and Europa Donna Ireland.

The trio launched the Tory Burch-designed Fashion Targets Breast Cancer tote bag, which will be sold for €45 in Brown Thomas Dublin, Cork, Limerick and Galway and BT2 stores from Friday, March 19.

wwwDUBLIN'S newest hotspot, The Grafton Lounge, officially kicked off in style last Saturday night, with a host of well known names and faces from the Dublin social scene stepping out for its launch.

Located in the Royal Hibernian Walkway between Grafton Street and Dawson Street, the venue is the former home of Eddie Irvine's Cocoon. Guests enjoyed a drinks reception on arrival, with DJ Ivano Cafolla on hand to play all the best in funky house and R'n'B.

  • CORRIE actress Alison King, better known as factory boss Carla Connor, will jet into town next month to officially draw the golden ticket winner of the brand new 2010 Registration Mantra Mini at Mantra Garden Bar and Club in Maynooth.

She will be on hand for the final draw, which takes place on March 26 at 10.30pm.

  • EXCITEMENT is building ahead of this year's DIT Alfa Romeo Fashion Show, which will take place on Wednesday, March 24 at 8pm.

The show, which has a Rock Revolution theme, is run entirely by students from DIT and is now in its seventh year, with all proceeds raised will go to the DIT Foundation.

Tickets cost €20 for students and €25 for non-students and are available from DIT Student Union shop and from Tickets.ie.