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CREATE 2018 continues to showcase the best and the brightest in Irish design. It takes place on Level 1, Brown Thomas Dublin for six weeks from Tuesday, 3rd July 2018.
Celebrating Brown Thomas’ ongoing support and commitment to the importance of Irish design, CREATE marks a very exciting time every year. It gives our customers the opportunity to discover both a carefully selected edit of designers at the forefront of Irish design today and those who are fast emerging.Shelly Corkery, Fashion Director
DESIGNER ROLE CALL
MEET THE DESIGNERS
AMAL CLOONEY IN
CUSTOM RICHARD QUINN
You've seen it on Amal Clooney at this year's Met Gala and now see it in our windows - for two weeks only! A dress designed by Richard Quinn, the Central Saint Martins graduate touted as a designer to watch and member of this year's CREATE line-up, it was a last minute change on the first Monday of May that saw his masterpiece modelled on a world stage.
A fashion moment captured at the industry's most high profile night out, the international human rights lawyer took to the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in a custom silver foil bustier with sweeping train and navy blue cigarette pants. All rendered in Quinn's now-signature knockout florals, we don't think we could love it anymore.
Taking pride of place in our windows for two weeks, make sure to take in all other CREATE delights that await on Level 1 of our Dublin store, running until Sunday, 12th August 2018.
THE ONES TO WATCH
Building on our continued partnership with NCAD, this year's bursary winner and ‘Designer to Watch’ Alla Sinkevich exhibits her final year collection ‘Existential Nomad’ at CREATE.
An immersive experience, NCAD MA, 2nd and 3rd year students were also invited to create bespoke limited edition prints for the iconic and most importantly sustainable Brown Thomas shopping bag throughout CREATE.
As our Fashion Director Shelly Corkery says: “Gaining commercial experience is vital and we are proud to support homegrown talent with an invaluable retail platform, while helping keep the Irish fashion industry moving forward.”