Holly Carpenter announced as face of LaurynRose.com - the jewellery brand donates 10% of every sale to the LauraLynn Childrens Hospice
Holly Carpenter announced as face of LaurynRose.com
Holly when it was announced she is to represent jewellery brand that donates 10% of every sale to the LauraLynn Childrens Hospice
Model Holly Carpenter has been announced as the face of new Irish fashion jewellery e-boutique, LaurynRose.com.
LaurynRose.com is already capturing hearts with its luxury and eye-catching collections that give back to charity with every sale. Inspired by a beautiful little girl of the same name, LaurynRose.com donates 10% of the profit of every sale directly to LauraLynn Childrens Hospice, to help vulnerable Irish children in need.
Constantly drawing influence from the latest couture trends, with a deep appreciation for design and quality, LaurynRose.com has also succeeded in bridging the gap between high-end and high-street fashion jewellery, showcasing glamorous collections for each new season.
Speaking about being the new face of LaurynRose.com, Holly Carpenter says: LaurynRose.com is one of the only Irish fashion brands that has giving back to charity at its core, which is so important to me. I love wearing pieces from each eye-catching collection, knowing that Im also helping to give back to children supported by the LauraLynn Childrens Hospice.
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Holly Carpenter has opened up about her new status as a dating expert.
The former Miss Ireland (23) has been single for the last year since splitting with rugby star Cian Healy and has joked about becoming Ireland's answer to Cilla Black in recent weeks.
Her breakdown of
Snapchats for single girls went viral around the world with international publications including Playboy sharing it, and as a result, she's been inundated with romantic advice.
Read more: Single Holly Carpenter shares her dating do's and don'ts
"It's funny because so many people have come to me asking me for advice but it's almost like the blind leading the blind because I'm no expert," she told the Irish Daily Mirror.
"I think a lot of people have a massive fear of rejection but I don't really think you need to have that.
"The worst thing that can happen is they will say no to you. I think guys these days are intimated by girls - they don't really know whether to ask them out or not but people need to go for it more and not worry about what other people think."
Holly Carpenter on the Red Carpet at The Peter Mark VIP Style Awards 2015 at The Marker Hotel,Dublin. Pictures Brian McEvoy