Amy Huberman's crown as Ireland’s most influential style icon isn't going anywhere.
She is an accomplished actress and author, but her fashion power is hard to ignore with the ‘Amy effect’ equating to sell out styles soon after she endorses them.
After sharing a selfie wearing a brown suede jacket by The Kooples selling out (yet again) this week, we round up Amy’s style staples.
Amy is a famous champion of Irish design and favours rising stars as well as established names in homegrown fashion.
(Left to Right) Amy wears a silk dress by Emma Manley for a Late Late Show appearance in 2013; a disc dress by Helen Cody at the 2014 IFTAs and a Tim Ryan fringe dress at the Oscar Wilde party in LA in 2012.
The High Street
She might be a red carpet supremo, but the down-to-earth star is as famous for her street style.
(Left to Right) Amy wears leopard print shorts by The Kooples as BOD received the key to Dublin city in 2013; a magenta Lennon Courtney top for The Stag premiere in 2013 and a denim skirt by Topshop and shift blouse to the Dublin Trainwreck premiere earlier this month.
The Red Carpet
Her red carpet choices are among the most anticipated at her every event she attends.
(Left to Right) Amy wears an Alex Perry gown to the 2015 IFTAs; a Lennon Courtney midi dress at BOD’s Dublin testimonial dinner in 2013 and a baby doll dress with Peter Pan collar by The Kooples at the Threesome premiere in 2011.
The Wardrobe Staples
The Breton top, trenchoat and shift dress are among Amy’s firm favourites.
(Left to Right) Amy wears a cape from Folkster at the launch of Brian’s autobiography The Test in 2014; she wears a patterned shift dress by Zoe Jordan to Wimbledon in July and a trenchcoat by The Kooples out in Dublin in May.