A press release from the launch fashion show explained
“On launch night we hosted a spectacular fashion show, styled by the excellent Jules Fallon from First Option. The stylish looks were pulled from Brown Thomas, Ilac Centre, Marks & Spencer, Louis Copeland, Clerys, Penneys, Jervis Shopping Centre, Arnotts, Awear, Kilkenny Shop, Powerscourt Centre, Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre, Thomas Pink and Dunnes Stores”. Judging by the mixed bag of retailers that partook in the launch fashion show it is apparent that there will be fabulous items to be found all around the city during the fashion festival to suit all budgets.
Some of my favourite looks from the DFF Launch Party Fashion Show 26th July 2013
But "what about the children?" I hear you cry....
www.dff.ie/event-guideIf like me you are distraught at the prospect of missing out on the four day festival due to your brood and/or childcare issue’s panic not. This is a child friendly festival, yes I said bring your mini fashionistas along with you!
If you have a little fashionista in your home then the Dublin Fashion Festival has something very special for trendy tots. The festival is taking to the streets from 6th to 9th of September and will not only have something for fashionable mummies, but for kids too.
This was the mini pink pop-up catwalk at the Dublin Fashion Festival 2012
And this was one of the many on site Dress Up Boxes at last years festival...cute!
Like everything else at the four day festival, all kid’s activity is free of charge!!Complimentary food will be available from some of the fabulous restaurants on South Anne Street to keep energy levels up. Kitchen will provide the brain food for kids with platters of homemade fish fingers, Gotham Café will provide the carbs with pizza slices while GBK will offer sliders, perfect for little ones on the go.
For more information see www.dff.ie