What they wore at the IFTA Television Awards 2016
A host of famous faces strolled the red carpet at last night’s annual Irish Film and Television Awards including the nation’s favourite Amy Huberman who stole the show at Dublin’s Mansion House.
The actress impressed in a floral on mesh gown by Turkish designer Umit Kutluk at the ceremony and paired her outfit with stiletto court shoes from her own range with Bourbon as she rubbed shoulders with respected stars of Ireland’s film and television industry.
Risk-taker Sarah Greene embarked on the red carpet in a daring red jumpsuit and revealed that she was thrilled to be reuniting with the cast of RTE’s Rebellion on the night.
Best actress nominee Evanna Lynch chose a deep purple number for the evening’s events, where she was being celebrated for her role in My Name is Emily.
Game of Thrones actress Natalie Dormer brought pinches of Hollywood glamour to the red carpet last night, as she arrived in a floor-length silver gown, fastened with satin.
Xposé girl Lisa Cannon donned a fitted black number, borrowed from Limerick boutique The Ivory Closet. Lisa was joined by her colleague Aisling O’Loughlin, who accessorised her baby bump in red satin gown.
The ceremony was graced by the presence of some of Ireland's most respected stars Liam Neeson, Bob Geldof, Chris O'Dowd and Jack Reynor, as the strength of Irish film and television was celebrated.