The Dublin Fashion Festival take place on the 8th to the 11th of September, as the entire first day was very full I had lot of work to do.
Retailers that have passed through the catwalk: Penneys, Wallis, Dunnes, Miss Selfridge, French Connection, Retro, River Island, Amber M.O.D.A, Ted Baker, American Apparel, The White Door, Bertoni, Hacket, Sisley, Next, Féraud, H&M, Fran and Jane, Pink, Magee, Only, Michael Kors, Marc Jacobs, Warehouse, FAB, Couture Boutique, Beaux Bows, Dorothy Perkins, Ciara Bridal, A/Wear, New Look, Clerys, Design Centre, Debehams, Ruby Ruby, Tk Max, Reiss, Pepe Jeans Smock e Twent1.
LA Makeup Academy was responsible for the make-up at the event, which was a triple flick in the eye and dark wine lips. Besides doing the makeover of the girls who visited the event.
The hair style chosen by The Art Team was very minimalist, party aside, smooth and in a bun.
The models were from the First Option agency, which by the way are very beautiful and super high, were the Teodora Sutra (I wore), Jude, Rob Rae, Naoise Tan, Irma, Laura K. and other…
The event took place at the old Watersford Building and beyond the catwalks they did Makeover sessions, a mini charity shop of Barnardos and a photo exhibition.
The last show of the day was at 8pm and after a full day of work I went straight down for the first Vogue Night Out in Dublin, at Brown Thomas that hosted fashion shows, makeovers, live band, DJ and a burlesque show inspired by the film Black Swan.
The impression was great from the entrance, where some circus artists presented themselves.
The participation of “Karl Lagerfield” and “Anna Wintour” was the icing on the cake.
But as no place is perfect without perfect people, we recorded the best looks of the party!
(if you are on this pics, please send me your name, i would really love to put the credits!)
And this was my look:
Sequin skirt: Wild Child
Are you all looking for the DFF this weekend??