Showing posts from March, 2013

Vodafone DIT Finalists

LSAD  have four finalists out of ten in the Vodafone DIT competition which took place in Dublin on Wednesday night in The Helix. Well  done  to  Colin Horan , Nicole Jackson, Laura Jennings  and  Jordan Edmonds Moore.
The final is April 17TH in Vicar st. 
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Nicole  Jackson

Persil Finalists

4 LSAD Fashion students have been selected for the Persil competition out of a total of 8 finalists in Ireland, they are Ciara Kilbride, Michael Stewart,Jessica Kavanagh and Sarah Ryan.!/photo.php?fbid=457553960978418&set=a.393311257402689.90610.386075234792958&type=1&theater


LSAD  fashion  graduates, Danielle Romeriel, Tim Ryan, Natalie Coleman, Joanne Hynes have all agreed to show at our graduate show May 16TH  as part of LSAD year of the gathering. They will also be giving talks on the following morning.

More  information  to  follow

Vodafone DIT Fashion Show Finalists 2013

Congratulations  to  the  following  students  who  have  been  selected  to  participate  in  the  Vodafone DIT Fashion Show Final  2013

Third year
Laura Jennings
Eadoinn Ni Drisceoil
Jordon Edmonds Moore
Regina O duffy
Hugh Finnerty
Colin Horgan
Laura Malone
Nicole Jackson

Forth Year
Tatsiana Coquerel
Video  documenting  the  selection  process

Limerick fashion students hope to clean up at fashion awards

Four students from the school have been selected as finalists in the reputable Persil Irish Fashion Awards for 2013 – making up half of the overall number of finalists in the national design competition.
To coincide with The Gathering, the brief for student applicants this years was “to celebrate their Irish heritage, their roots, ties and family”.

LSAD "Golden Egg" Fashion Innovation Award students Svitlana Andriyets, Tatsiana Coquerel, Anne Melinn, Head of Fashion Department LSAD, Michael Stewart and Ciara O'Toole


Overview of Kenmare Lace Festival for student brief

The Kenmare Lace Festival will run from Thursday 3rd – Sunday 6th October 2013 and is part of ‘The Gathering Ireland 2013’. The festival will focus on the world renowned Kenmare Lace established by the Poor Clare nuns in post famine Kenmare. Good design and unique interpretation which was promoted by the nuns and has always been a trademark of Kenmare Lace, will be highlighted at the Fashionista Kenmare Event.
The Kenmare Lace Festival programme will include lectures, competitions, exhibitions, social tables and workshops on traditional lace techniques run by internationally recognised lace teachers. The aim
is to share the beauty and techniques of various lace with experienced and beginner lacemakers alike.
The fashion and design aspect called Fashionista Kenmare will be a student collaboration promotion
of skill opportunity. It is an innovative aspect of the Festival which will highlight the creativity and
talent of ‘Designers…