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A bigapology tomy manyfans.I havenot been very activethe past severalmonths.In fact, I havenotbeen activesince I havebeen verybusygettingeverything in placeafterI moved toDublin.
Now thatI ofpersonal reasons, have movedto Ireland tolive and work. I will try togive youan insightof, whatisIrishfashion andhow is Irishpeople's viewon fashion. Both theirown and others. But Iwill of coursecontinue tofollow theDanishfashion and the Dane'sview onfashion.
As always you are welcome to ask. And I will try to answer.
Normally we wouldnot look atIreland asa fashioncountry.But ther is somedesignerswho comefrom Ireland.And moreBritish firms and department storeshave started usingIrishproduct.
In Ireland, they have a storechaincalledPenney's and here isreally goodproducton the shelves.And it'samazinglycheap.However, one shouldknowwhat you're looking to getthe full benefit, but then you canactuallybuya lotand deliciousatPenney's, and the quality istherenothingwrong with. Perhaps that is thereasonthatPenney's havestores in largepart of the worldover thelastyears.
I canrecommend thePenney's, one mustas mentioned before, knowwhatyou're looking for to getthe full benefit. Soif it´s skirts you want you go ther,andthebagsmust gothere.etc. If you do this you can find meny great things at low price.
Also ther are a lot of things for kids and accessories. And then things you will always need as a whoman.
Glasses are really important now. They’ve had a massive renaissance in the last
six years where they’ve become not only an optical device, but also a great
A stylish pair of glasses could be just what you
need to spice up your look and maybe even get the opposite sex to sit up and
take notice, says television star and fashion guru Gok Wan. ‘A good
pair of glasses will give you real specs appeal.’
The fashion icon and TV personality has been launching his latest collection
of designer glasses for Specsavers and said that, nowadays, a good set of
glasses means so much more than just improved vision – it’s a style statement
that can enhance your whole look.
‘Glasses are really important now. They’ve had a massive renaissance in the
last six years where they’ve become not only an optical device, but also a great
fashion staple. People are using them as accessories now and a lot of the kids
are wearing them without the lenses in, which is brilliant.’
Gok went on to say that designer glasses are now an integral part of
celebrity culture with many stars now sporting them in the pages of glossy
magazines and models being asked to don them when taking part in advertising
campaigns. ‘So if you ever wanted to feel fashionable and glamorous then now is
the time to get your specs out,’ he explained.
When asked for his thoughts on the old saying that
men don’t tend to chat up women who wear glasses, the TV style guru said that
such a statement was ‘complete rubbish’ and that there were plenty of stylish
ladies out there that proved it, adding: ‘I love it when Kelly
Osbourne wears glasses – and Alexa Chung of
He concluded: ‘In fact some guys I know prefer girls in glasses – so get your
specs on ladies if you’re single.
And the survey of 1,000 women, conducted by Dove Skincare, found more than
three-quarters (78 per cent) rated 'real women' as the image they'd most like to
see in beauty advertising, over celebrities and teenage girls.
However, one-in-four women were unable to remember when they last received a
compliment that made them feel beautiful.
The poll found 27 per cent of women admit the biggest pressure to be
beautiful actually comes from themselves. As a result, just one in eight women
(13 per cent) have the confidence to call themselves 'attractive'.
Society (19 per cent) and the media (13 per cent) were next on the list of
top beauty pressures, but just five per cent of women feel pressure from
friends, family and partners.
The research also revealed that the secret to UK women feeling confident was
a clear combination of relationships and looking good. Being loved (72 per cent)
was the biggest confidence booster for women, followed by having a strong
relationship or marriage (53 per cent), liking how you look in the mirror (35
per cent), being in good physical shape (33 per cent), and taking good care of
yourself (31 per cent).
Although 'being loved' rated highest as the biggest influence on confidence,
looks are still playing a key role in boosting self-esteem. The vast majority of
women (82 per cent) agree they feel their best inside and out when they care
about the way they look.
The art of paying compliments also rated highly in helping women feel
beautiful, with 50 per cent agreeing they feel more confident when they are
complimented - second only to being in a happy relationship. However,
one-in-four women were unable to remember when they last received a compliment
that made them feel beautiful.
The research also revealed different attitudes to confidence across varying
age groups. As women get older, the amount of compliments they give per day
One in five 18 to 24-year-old old women (20 per cent)tell their female
friends they look beautiful on a daily basis, but just fone in 25 of 55 to
64-year-olds (four per cent) do the same. Both those age groups had the lowest
beauty confidence while those in the 25 to 29-year-old age bracket feel the most
assured about their looks.
Dove claims to be a worldwide pioneer in raising women's self-esteem and
supporting real beauty, and is launching a new nationwide billboard campaign
this month. Supporting the Dove Skincare range, it introduces 'Alexis', a
British-born Real Woman scouted for her positivity and body confidence.
Ali Fisher, Dove's marketing manager, said: "Eight years on from the launch
of Dove's Campaign for Real Beauty, it's clear there is still a need for women
like Alexis to help boost self-esteem around the country.
"Dove's Body Confidence Census proves it is as important as ever for women to
know they are beautiful inside and out. We hope our new Dove skincare campaign
will remind women everywhere to celebrate their own natural beauty and be happy
in their own skin."
Alexis Foreman, who features in the new Dove skincare campaign, said: "I hope
women see me on the billboards and feel empowered.
"I still can't believe it's actually me up there. Being part of the campaign
is something my family is genuinely proud of, and I can't tell you what it's
done for my confidence."
Ms Rocha's designs are stocked in Hong Kong's
avant-garde store IT. In Milan, she's in Corso Como and Opening
Ceremony stock her in New York and LA .
This weekend, Ms Rocha was invited to be part of the line-up of the inaugural
Vogue Fashion Fest
in London, where the industry's biggest names took part in talks, including Tom Ford, Stella
McCartney and Dolce & Gabbana.
In January, Lady
Gaga singled out the Irish designer and chose a €560 bright green, silk
organza, frilled net dress from her spring summer 2012 collection to wear on the
cover of 'Elle' magazine -- a major coup for John Rocha's daughter.
However, Rocha jnr has an independent streak, and if that means being stocked
in the store next door to her dad's shop in Mayfair, London, that's the way it
goes, because it's all about "fit," said Ms Rocha.
"I think dad's shop is absolutely amazing and it houses what he does so
beautifully, but I am now next door in Dover Street Market because for me, that
feels like the right fit for me now and also I'm with Dover Street Market in The
Ginza in Tokyo, an amazing space which opened last month," said Ms Rocha.
"I never got into it to be dad's daughter, otherwise I wouldn't have
bothered, so I'm really happy with the path my career is taking at the moment,"
said Ms Rocha, who didn't see moving next door to the Comme des Garcons concept
shop as a cheeky rebuff to her designer dad after they approached her in
"No, the reality is I've a huge respect for dad, he has a very large respect
for me as well. There are lots of opportunities out there for me and this
opportunity for me just felt right. There is a really good relationship between
us and them," said Ms Rocha, who travelled to Dublin last month to launch her
limited edition design collaboration with West Coast Cooler and a party at City
Ms Rocha's critically acclaimed spring summer collection included panels of
antique lace encased inside transparent textile.
wore one of the pieces in London last October, so the fashion cognoscenti
weren't entirely blindsided when for her Elle shoot, Ms Gaga later chose the
green dress stocked in Dublin at Havana in Donnybrook.
"I thought I really had something to say with this plastic and lace
collection," said Ms Rocha who last week was hailed as one of the Top Ten To
Watch by Browns of South Molton Street.
They will stock her from autumn and described the designer to 'British Vogue'
as "a cool girl's dream".