Introducing Irish leather and suede designer Roisin Gartland to STYLE-TONIC with these leather and suede fingerless gloves. These edgy yet functional accessories allow you to text and tweet to your heart’s content – what’s not to love? More accessories from Roisin Gartland coming soon.
Monaghan-based Irish artist, Helen Steele’s new collection of stunning of silk scarfs will add vibrant colour to any outfit. Since her collaboration with Joanne Hynes at London Fashion Week, Steele has created a new range of wearable art (WART) for S/S 2012. This stunning range of scarves will is just a taster of what’s to come next season.
Now available online for €189.
We are delighted to be part of a unique mix of Irish fashion, art and design who be setting up home at 28 South William Street from 6pm tomorrow until Sunday 20th November.
STYLE-TONIC.COM are collaborating with Buddah Bags, The Make-Up Crew and artist Helen Steele to bring you a four day pop-up concept in Dublin’s ‘lost fashion district’, South William Street.
If you’re on the hunt for a Christmas gift, choose luxurious accessories from Irish designers such as Úna Burke, Electronic Sheep, MoMuse, Merle O’Grady, Sian Jacobs and colourful silk scarves by Helen Steele. Party-goers can browse pieces from contemporary designers such as Natalie B Coleman, Emma Manley and Caroline Kilkenny. Already shopped out and ready to drop? Take some time to chill out on a Buddah Bag, sit back and take in stunning paintings from Irish artist Helen Steele or browse contemporary furniture designs from the Dublin-based Rocker Lane Workshop.
‘Pop’ in and check it out for yourself.
Thursday 17th: 6 – 9pm
Friday/Sat/Sun: 12 – 6pm
28, South William Street, Dublin 2
With darker evenings and dropping temperatures, now is the time to invest in a luxurious cover-up that will last season after season. Choose a Sian Jacobs fur-lined sherling coat for a cover-up that will work day or night or a classic fitted John Rocha wool coat cut to accentuate a feminine silhouette.
For Parisian chic, work one of this season’s hottest must-haves – the cape.
Inspired by elements of the knitted stitch itself such as rings and loops, these hand-knit stools by Irish designer Claire-anne O’Brien are sure to be a talking point when visitors call! These unique pieces are a mix of lambs and sheeps wool constructed into playful statement pieces. Now available to purchase online.