Opening to rave reviews from the New York Times, Sinéad Burke meets Whit Stillman, the director of the latest Austen adaptation, ‘Love and Friendship’.
In 2016, how do women view legacy and how do they aspire to mould Ireland’s future and the lives of those around us? 16 women tell their story.
To celebrate ‘National Christmas Jumper Day’, Penneys are asking customers to upload a selfie and #MysticMotherChristmas will predict your successful future.
The new Minnie Mélange – a beautiful and mobile-friendly home for fascinating conversations on extraordinary women, fashion, education, popular culture and more.
In the midst of promoting Brooklyn, actress Saoirse Ronan discusses honesty, being a woman in Hollywood and female friendships.
October is Dwarfism Awareness Month. I love being a little person, it doesn't define me but it has shaped my…
Last week, some relatives visited Dublin. They make it an annual affair, not just to see their nephews and nieces…
One of my highlights from 2014 was taking part in 'One Young World'; a global forum for young leaders to…
Wexford-born Central Saint Martins graduate Richard Malone, discusses his code of ethics, the treatment of women in fashion and interning at Louis Vuitton with Sinéad Burke
Fashion Editor of the Financial Times and previously, Features Editor at Vogue UK, Jo discusses the business of fashion, the art of a gown and her Irish roots.