Above is my latest video blog post from my you tube channel just to give you a little summary of what I got up to this week! Including a walking tour of the city centre, a great photocall for Geansai Nollaig Day with Luas and a super mega competition with Lenor where you can win a two hour styling session with me! I’ll even come to your house and you will get a fab goodie bag from Lenor Infusions.
To enter the competition, just head over to styleisle by clicking the image below!
Plus just a little sneak peek at my own home made Christmas jumper for Geansai Nollaig Day on December 4th where I will be style spotting at the Jervis and St. Stephen’s Green and then presenting the winner with a super prize!
I also went along to Thinkhouse PR to have a look at the Hello Kitty collection for Forever 21 and I just loved it!
And I finished off the week with a visit to Taste of Christmas; I had the pleasure of being in the press suite for the evening which was great fun and definitely got me in the festive spirit!
So definitely check out the great competition on styleisle which closes on December 4th!
Last week, the first lady of Irish Fashion, Sonya Lennon took to the streets of Dublin, with 50 of Ireland’s hottest models, to launch Dress for Success.
Dress for Success; a global not-for-profit organisation in aid of disadvantaged women launches a Dublin branch this October. To celebrate, Dublin’s top modelling agencies came together to offer 50 models, free of charge, for a fashion parade on last Thursday and I was there (along with stylenation) to take it all in and support my friend with this wonderful cause. With Dublin city as their catwalk, the models (and helpers) collected funds on a walk from Arnotts (DFS Dublin’s super partner) to Grafton Street and then out by private Luas to Dundrum Town Centre.
Dress for Success is Dublin’s first ever Irish affiliate and is one of 114 affiliates in 12 countries. Sonya has brought this charity to Ireland which offers a chance for the fashion industry to support disadvantaged women in the community.
Dress for Success is an international non-profit charity founded in New York in 1997 designed to help women find jobs and remain in employment. The charity provides disadvantaged women with one suit for a job interview and a professional wardrobe once employment has commenced. The charity also provides a Professional Women’s Group, personal Business Mentors and a Career Centre offering career guidance and technology skills to give women more confidence in their job searches.
If you would like to volunteer (I am!) just log onto the website http://www.dressforsuccess.org/affiliate.aspx?sisid=142&pageid=1
So you have read over on styleisle (if you haven’t, well you should) the Luas have very kindly asked me to be the face of a campaign to find the Most Stylish Luas Passenger!
I’m so excited about it, I have to blog twice about it! I headed out to St.Stephen’s Green to do a super photocall on a Luas that was brought in especially for me!
Each morning (very early before work!) I will be on the Luas on my way to work checking out all you stylish peeps who use the Luas to get you to work on time!
There is a great prize for the winners from both lines and if you want all the details well head over to the Luas facebook page for all the details. So if you see me with a camera, don’t be shy!