Monthly Archives: September 2010

Chára Nagle, artist

Chára Nagle, a classically trained, NCAD educated artist, has been acclaimed as one of Ireland’s greatest new talents. Her style is Modern Romantic, bold and dramatic. There is consistently an element of intrigue and humour in Chara’s work, which is … Continue reading

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Doreen O’Mahony, PR consultant

Doreen O’ Mahony is a PR Consultant based in Cork but originally from West Cork. Having three sisters and having gone to boarding school in Rosscarbery, West Cork, she is well placed to understand the role of women in society. … Continue reading

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Deirdre O’Shaughnessy, Cork Independent

Deirdre O’Shaughnessy is Editor of the Cork Independent newspaper.  As well as occupying the top job she also writes about current affairs, politics and media and is a regular contributor on Newstalk radio. This year she travelled to Haiti to … Continue reading

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Benedicta Attoh, Plan Ambassador

Benedicta Attoh is Plan Ireland’s ‘Because I am a Girl’ Ambassador. Earlier this year she won Vodafone’s World of Difference campaign, where Vodafone will pay her salary to work with Plan Ireland for a year. Check out this video to … Continue reading

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Virginia Macari, designer & actress

Virginia Macari, a fashion designer and television personality, was born in Dublin to Italian parents.  She has designed for some of the biggest celebrities in the world and has been featured in British Vogue and many of the leading publications … Continue reading

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Marisa Mackle, author

Marisa Mackle is one of Ireland’s best known and successful authors. She has written 10 books, including Chinese Whispers, So Long Mr. Wrong and the No1. Irish bestseller Mr. Right for the Night.

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Annmarie O’Connor, Fashion Writer

Blog by Annmarie O’Connor , who is arguably one of Ireland’s foremost fashion writers. She’s worked with the likes of The Irish Examiner, The Sunday Times Style, RTE, TV3, Dazed and Confused, Elle, Trace, Image, The Dubliner and The Irish Independent and runs the hugely popular iblogfashion.blogspot.com Continue reading

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