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Essential Guide to Spring Summer Fashion- 2010

Thursday, 4 March 2010

Dylan Bradshaw:-

Dylan Bradshaw was born in Dublin in 1973. He began his training with Peter Mark when he was just 17 years old. Not satisfied to stand still from here he traveled to New York where he worked for Bumble and Bumble. This, he claims was the start of his passion for his profession. He returned home eager to kick start his niche in the hairdressing industry taking up editorial and session work. From here Dylan became the most successful and sought after hairstylist in Ireland. After travelling the world with international artists Dylan decided it was time to open his own Salon in 2000.

Natalie Kinsella

Brand name models are just some of the faces that have painted the canvas of Natalie's international career over the last ten years. Beginning in M.A.C. just entering her 20's she quickly shot to pro team status, an elite position held only by one artist in Ireland and the best members world wide. She cut her teeth back stage at fashion weeks seasonally in London, Paris, and Milan working with designers such as Roberto Cavalli, Vivian Westwood, D2squared, Chloe, Just Cavalli, Rick Owens, Christopher Kane, Marni, Jenny Packam, Elle Sabb, Alexander McQueen and many more.

Natalie's background in art has led to a highly creative sought after style and beginning her freelance career she has also stepped into the film industry helping design make ups for British and Irish television. Working exclusively freelance now, based in Dublin, Natalie's shedual keeps her busy at home and abroad.

Natalie's clients have included:-

Brown Thomas, A-Ware, Diesel, Viva Liberta, Free Spirit, Redds the hair group, Black Tie, City West, Sit Still, Laney Keogh, Champion sports, Kildare village, Ulster bank, Aer Lingus, Vodaphone, Meteor, Guinness, Weight watchers.
In the music world, Natalie has looked after:- Kanya West, Christina Agulera, Moth Complex, Luther, Meteor music awards, Bubble Hits, M.T.V.


Other famous faces Natalie has worked her magic on include:- Helena Christianson, Sofie Anderton, Stella McCartney, Jemma Ward, Lilly Cole, Janis Dickinson, Ronan Keeting, Shawn Gallaher, Deirdre O'Kane, Orla Fitzgerald, Andrea Roche, Michelle Collins, Sinead O'Connor, Loraine Keen.

Her work has been seen in:-
Vogue, W magazine, Tattler, Social and personal, Modo, VIP, Life, U magazine, The Gloss, Style, Image, Adailvise, Confetti, Hot press, RTE Guide, Irish Hairdresser, Irish Brides, Prudence.

Tanya Grimson

Tanya Grimson is a Fashion stylist based in Dublin. Since graduating from London college of Fashion and working in leading publications such as Marie Claire in London she returned to Ireland to pursue her career as a fashion stylist.

Tanya has been actively working as a stylist in Ireland for 10 years and has worked for various publications such as The Gloss, Irish Tatler, Sunday Independent's Life Magazine, U Magazine, Confetti, VIP magazine, The Irish Times, Social and Personal and the RTE Guide, she has also worked as the Deputy Editor of Prudence magazine and was the Fashion Editor of Ivenus, Harmonia's online magazine and is currently the Fashion Editor of Irish Brides magazine.

Commercial clients include: Samui boutique, Sasha, Diffusion boutique, heatons, Peruzzi, Pulse accessories, Dunnes Stores, Michael H, Simply B, Oxendales, Applebe jewellers, Mad Flowers, Aer Lingus, Airwaves, Pulse, Lucinda Grey, Tricot Marine, Club Rugby, Dylon, Sheseido, House of Colour, Tanya has also worked as a fashion journalist for publications such as Prudence, Ivenus, Irish Brides and The Irish Times and is currently involved in fashion production for many of her clients.

"Metamorphic Prints":-

Like a shot of caffeine into your exhausted wardrobe, this season's bold prints are sure to get you excited about your closet once more. Daring designs and flamboyant colours were the order of the day on the runways of S/S '10, whether they were short tunic dresses or floaty summer frocks.

Whether you wear just one statement piece of opt for clashing prints, the key is the louder, the better.

According to Vogue:-

"These prints are powerful shots of intense colour; offering a brilliant alternative to this season's pretty pastels and nudes."

Gillian Wilkins, Fashion Assistant


"Indulge your exhibitionist streak. Decorating the shortest cuts, spring's eye-popping patterns demand attention.

"Vivid florals, splashy geometrics and jazzy ikats dominated the catwalks, but the real news was digitally manipulated prints. Peter Pilotto and Greek - born Mary Katrantzou belong to a new generation of designers reared on computer graphics and X- box imagery; Katrantzou was inspired by the swirling lines of perfume bottles and Pilotto tweaked images of fireworks to come up with their extraordinary abstract effects.

Not that you'd know it; these zingy patterns are so highly worked, their humble beginnings are forgotten after one round with the ink-jet printer. Best delivered via thigh - high dresses, shorts and tunics, consider these dazzling prints a perfectly packaged energy shot. "

Designers who featured this look:-

Etro, Diane Von Furstenburg, Stella McCartney, Gucci, Nicole Fahri, Dolce & Gabbana, Giorgio Armani, Nicole Farhi, DKNY, Matthew Williamson, Moschino, Versace, Alexander McQueen and Mary Katrantzou.

Suggested structure:-

Intro & Link to VT

Off back of VT, please back ref contributors:-
Dylan on Hair, Natalie on Make-up and Tanya Grimson, who is here with us in studio.

"Metamorphic Prints":-

Like a shot of caffeine into your exhausted wardrobe, this season's bold prints are sure to get you excited about your closet once more. Daring designs and flamboyant colours were the order of the day on the runways of S/S '10, whether they were short tunic dresses or floaty summer frocks.
Whether you wear just one statement piece of opt for clashing prints, the key is the louder, the better.

According to Vogue:-

"These prints are powerful shots of intense colour; offering a brilliant alternative to this season's pretty pastels and nudes."
Gillian Wilkins, fashion assistant


"Indulge your exhibitionist streak. Decorating the shortest cuts, spring's eye-popping patterns demand attention.

"Vivid florals, splashy geometrics and jazzy ikats dominated the catwalks, but the real news was digitally manipulated prints. Peter Pilotto and Greek - born Mary Katrantzou belong to a new generation of designers reared on computer graphics and X- box imagery; Katrantzou was inspired by the swirling lines of perfume bottles and Pilotto tweaked images of fireworks to come up with their extraordinary abstract effects.

Not that you'd know it; these zingy patterns are so highly worked, their humble beginnings are forgotten after one round with the ink-jet printer. Best delivered via thigh - high dresses, shorts and tunics, consider these dazzling prints a perfectly packaged energy shot. "

Designers who featured this look:-
Etro, Diane Von Furstenburg, Stella McCartney, Gucci, Nicole Fahri, Dolce & Gabbana, Giorgio Armani, Nicole Farhi, DKNY, Matthew Williamson, Moschino, Versace, Alexander McQueen and Mary Katrantzou.

Prices/Stockists/Relevant Information

Orange floral print dress outfit.

Dress, €150, Ted Baker
Bangles, from €10, Accessorize
Shoes, €150, Buffalo shoes

Maxi dress outfit with trench Coat:
Earrings, €10, Accessorize
Maxi dress, €310, Monsoon
Moschino trench, €479, Brown Thomas
Belt, €32.95, Noa Noa
Gold shoes, €190, Ted Baker


Jacket, €100, Topman
Floral shirt, €120, Ted Baker
Tie, €55, Ted Baker
Trousers, €80, Topman
Silver shoes, €66, Topman

Outfit 1:-


Necklace, €25, Monsoon
Dress, €69, Oasis
Shoes, €199, Karen Millen

Outfit 2:-


Necklace, €39
Tunic, €95
Trousers, €70
All from Monsoon
Shoes, €179, Fitzpatricks

Outfit 3:-


Dress, €83.99, Chica
Leggings, €4, Dunnes
Shoes, €15, Dunnes


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