The Best Looks from the launch of the #DublinFashion Festival 2016
Guest Post: The wonderful Amy McMahon from lazygirlwardrobe.com & the incredibly talented photographer, Keith Driscoll, teamed up to bring you the best looks from the #DublinFashion Festival Launch in association with #GalaxyStyle.
What a night to be on the look out for style! The launch of the Dublin Fashion Festival in association with Galaxy certainly raised the stakes. What I really loved about the style on the night was the eclectic mix. A great mix of high street and high end and what was even more impressive, plenty of DIY and customizing of vintage pieces! I could see a lot of flair and creativity in many outfits.
Some great trends of the season were visible like the off the shoulder top, the bomber jacket and the sports luxe look. Also plenty of classic looks like the LBD and monochrome stripes. Everyone was then treated to what the great shops of Dublin will have to offer next season. No doubt these style savvy shoppers will be the first to get their hands on the next big thing!
Sinead Kelly, wearing Mango, Folkster and vintage: @sinead_shaynaynay_kelly
Tobi Balogun, wearing a jacket he customized himself. Check out his other work at selfmadeclothing.ie
Susanne Jackson, wearing River Island, Valentino and YSL: @sosueme_ie
Niamh Boyle, wearing a dress from New Look: @niamh_boyle
Sandra Kelly, wearing Quiz and New Look.
Sophie Teyssier, wearing all Zara: @thefashionseashell
Michelle Roche, wearing a dress from River Island and Kurt Geiger heels.
Sarah Cullen, wearing a dress from Oasis.
Kenny Wong accessorised his look with a Jennifer Rothwell Hummingbird print dickie bow and reebok shoes @kenny_wkh
Niamh McKeever, wearing BCBG and Mary Frances @your_lawless
Kelly Horrigan, wearing Zara @kelly_horrigan
The Dublin Fashion Festival in association with Galaxy is returning from September 5th – 11th.
Over the last decade Dublin has become synonymous with fashion, style and an exciting mix of retail options, from designer and high street to vintage, making it an alluring shopping destination. The Dublin Fashion Festival aims to put the fun and theatre back into shopping and socialising in the city.
Bringing fashion and beauty retailers in the city centre together, it offers a heady mix of special offers, live fashion events and in-store activities that are unmissable.