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Celia goes from curb to catwalk for Limerick culture show

CULTURE night was, once again, an evening of enlightenment and rich heritage.

I do love doing a fashion show with a twist, and what better venue than Limerick’s fashion quarter?

Working with models in an open-air catwalk setting on Limerick’s Thomas Street is as bustling and blissful as it sounds.

As part of Culture Night celebrations, the Holman Lee Agency teamed up with local organisers, fashion designers and beauty gurus for a delightful ensemble, the Designer Street Fashion Show.

Supported by Limerick Arts Office, I once again MC’d the magical free event.

Our models were strutting the streets in seasonal garments among the public and it is a thing of beauty in itself, as it takes high-fashion to the streets and makes it more accessible for all to see.

Some 17 local and regional fashion designers came through with their latest collections on the day, with their incredible designs being showcased on the city streets as part of the culture events.

An admirable crowd of onlookers attended the show which we so appreciate.

The beauty and sustainability of the garments on show were unmatched!

The response from the audience was heartwarming.

Well-known designers including Caroline Mitchell, Marion Murphy Cooney, Linda Wilson, Aoife McNamara and Ejay Griffin as well as many, many more showcased their passion and talent through the models.

Over 60 events took place across the day and night in the city on Friday September 22, with live music, exhibitions, food stalls and parades setting Limerick alight with an electric atmosphere.

I want to extend a big ‘thank you’ to Beauty Atelier and Mickey Martins pub, as well as Original Ireland, Fe Ri, CAYO knitwear and The Next Chapter Bridal & Occasion wear.