New Tradition, Contrast, Great Lengths and New Opulence are the trends which have been curated by stylist Colm Corrigan - and they can be adapted in countless ways.
Colm Corrigan said: "I’m really excited about the collections at Dundrum Town Centre this season, the AW15 catwalks have really come alive! Our four key trends touch on some of the most prominent and accessible trends for ladies and gents of all ages."
Watch our video interviews with Colm Corrigan about the four key trends here.
For the New Tradition trend think granny-chic at its finest. It's a modern take on the Heritage trend, and features lots of mismatching checks and tweeds, styled with leather and PVC for a quirky, cool look.
Contrast is the update on the summer colour blocking trend and is one that can be easily worked into your daily wardrobe. Ditch the head-to-toe black this winter and instead choose rich, sumptuous tones to see you through the season in style.
Great Lengths is an interesting trend which is surprisingly adaptable for different heights and body types. Longer hemlines are the name of the game here, from below-the-knee, to mid-calf and floor-skimming styles dominating. Pair with different length boots, from ankle to over-the-knee, to really mix up the silhouette.
New Opulence is the trend we'll all be borrowing from for the party season. It's a grown-up take on sparkle, with rich, decadent materials such as brocade, lace and jacquards reigning supreme. Just divine.
If you'd like to dip your toe in this season's hottest trends, but aren't quite sure where to start, Dundrum Town Centre's Personal Style Team are there to help. Customers can book a one-on-one appointment with their very own personal stylist, so you can get some expert advice before updating your wardrobe. Read RTÉ Fashion's Sarah McIntyre's feature on the Personal Style Team here.