Online exhibition looks at Irish fashion designers
A new online exhibition takes a look into the world of Irish fashion.
RTÉ Archives takes a look into the fashion world with a collection of interviews with fashion designers, such as Sybil Connolly, who shot to fame in the 1950s, to contemporary figures such as Orla Kiely and Joanne Hynes.
Thirteen designers talk about their experiences and their work, such as Peter O'Brien who discusses his days at the House of Rochas in Paris.
Louis Copeland explains the work of a tailor, while Louise Kennedy describes the challenges of designing corporate uniforms. And Paul Costelloe reveals that Irish men are "the most charismatic male species in Europe.
Click here to experience the exhibition.