Philip Murphy is a Trinity student. He's also the founder of P.Oven – a pizza company that's become a phenomenon in College circles.
This Thursday, Trinity's Fashion Society will run its annual show – a display 'unlike what we've done previously'.
The Dublin February Market, which will be held tomorrow, is the perfect place to find a fresh look for spring.
Hailing from Belfast, the bag company uses industrial materials to make bags that last.
The bucket hat was first worn in Ireland around 1900. Over a century later, legions of Trinity students are keeping its legacy alive.
This weekend, escape the commercial grasp of the high street with Fair Lady's Vintage Fair.
Silk scarves have become a fashion-forward statement – a trend that has predictably extended to Trinity.
On October 23rd, Swap Sisters are running their second Clothes Swap for Sustainable Fashion Lovers event.
Jewels and Gems on St Andrew's St offers stunning jewellery at knock-down prices.
Flared jeans reinvigorate your wardrobe without losing the familiarity and comfort of the trusty trouser.