Over my Dead Body: A History of Women in Trinity

A History of Women in Trinity
By Rachel Lavin

The Catwalk from Cork to Dublin: Exploring NCAD’s Vibrant Fashion Department

Siobhán O’Leary Ashford speaks with final year National College of Art and Design (NCAD) student, Caoimhe Hill about the distant and slightly ethereal nature of the College.
By Siobhán O’Leary Ashford

Aquamarine Sequins, Glitter and Gold Chains in Mermaid Crown Workshop

Trinity Fashion Society and Trinity Arts Festival hosted a mermaid crown workshop featuring sequins, gems and plenty of glitter.
By Fionnuala Egan

Nab a Heart Shaped Prize this February with Lucy’s Lounge

In a new endeavour, the vintage emporium in Temple Bar is offering a unique Valentine’s Day competition.
By Siobhan O’Leary Ashford

Alex Hutchinson On Irish Fashion Photography and Developing as an Artist

In a conversational address to DUPA and Trinity Fashion Society, the Dublin-based fashion photographer spoke about learning his craft and his love of his work.
By Siobhan O’Leary Ashford

The Ultimate Guide to Dublin’s Vintage Shops

From Lucy's Lounge to Harlequin, we look at the best local vintage traders that the city has to offer.
By Danielle Olavario

Westbury Mall’s Fashion Pop-Up Exhibits the Best of Small Irish Designers

Tissue, Danielle Romeril and Edel Traynor were among the designers that featured in the recent Christmas pop up.
By Siobhan O’Leary Ashford

Sustainable, Stylish and Select: & Other Stories Opens on Grafton St

Yesterday at 12pm, the Swedish brand launched their first store in Ireland to the public, just in time for the Christmas rush.
By Siobhan O’Leary Ashford

Burning Through The Layers of the Trinity Fashion Show

Siobhan O’Leary Ashford reflects on the resonant message produced by the Burnt Out theme of Trinity Fashion Society’s show last night.
By Siobhan O’Leary Ashford

Burnt Out Fashion Show Fuelled by Creativity and Rawness

Last night, the annual Trinity Fashion Society’s fashion show explored the pressures on both the fashion industry and students in aid of Pieta House.
By Danielle Olavario