They’re still missing. Vamoosed from churches, ladies lunches and high streets. In absentia from our wardrobes and our mind-sets. The ones that can be seen are set atop the crown of someone slightly odd, with a faint odour of camphor and champagne. There have been ruminations, rumblings and rumours about its return. It’s been stated … Continue reading The Case for Democratisation of The Hat
Ronan O'Gara, Amy Huberman and Ramona Nicholas helped Newbridge Silverware celebrate their 80th Anniversary yesterday, at an event in the Newbridge Silverware Museum in Kildare. As part of the event, guests were treated to a mouth-watering brunch menu especially created by the award-winning Silver Restaurant along with a fashion show, styled by Ingrid Hoey. Models … Continue reading Newbridge Silverware’s 80th Anniversary Celebrations
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The sun doesn’t tend to shine in Hibernia, so traditionally our skin has never received the signal to start tanning. Yeats managed to fall for Maud Gonne in pre-fake tan days. Why? Charm, wit and beauty – which Irish women are tending to douse under fake eyelashes and tan. Our aim at the Diary of … Continue reading Maud Gonne’s Beauty Routine