We are proud to boast some of the most talented fashion designers in the world, so it’s only right that we celebrate them in the manner they so deserve.

 

This is what exactly what much-loved department store Arnotts is doing all this month in support of the 2015 Year of Irish Design, with a showcase of some of the country’s top design talent.

 

With a focus on everything from Irish clothing and accessories to jewellery and homeware, Arnotts is giving a platform to designers to show off their collections through dedicated window displays and exclusive ‘meet the designer’ trunk show events in store.

 

This Spring/ Summer ’15, one of the main ladieswear fashion focuses at Arnotts is enhancing the Irish design collections, which the addition of Manley by Emma Manley, Caroline Kilkenny and Umit Kutluk have proven.

 

Also, returning this season are the much-loved Roisin Linnane, Helen McAlinden, Orla Kiely, Niamh O’Neill and Lennon Courtney.

 

And on hand this week for some in-store appearances were celebrity stylist Ingrid Hoey, as well as designers and stylists Brendan Courtney and Sonya Lennon. They chatted to our reporter Niamh Geaney on everything from this season's hottest trends to the must-have investment pieces, which you can check out in the video below.

 

Be sure to pop in to Arnotts this month to check out the full range of collections from amazing Irish designers, featuring everything from fashion to crafts, textiles and homeware.

 

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