Louise Clarke set to hit the decks at The 2018 Irish Fashion Innovation Awards

Galway city will play host to the ultra glamorous Irish Fashion Innovation Awards again this year with the 9th annual awards taking place on Thursday 22nd March at The Galmont Hotel & Spa, Galway.

LC2018_LOUISECLARKE_2Last year’s event wowed guests as the Irish fashion industry’s up-and-coming talent showcased their show-stopping designs in what was undoubtedly one of the stand out events in the Irish fashion calendar.

Talented radio and club DJ, Louise Clarke is confirmed to hit the decks for a stylish DJ set at the Awards afterparty. Louise Clarke has exciting unique style and warm infectious personality makes her one of a kind. Louise has been a Radio DJ with iRadio since 2010,  and she is currently presenting iRise weekday mornings, iWeekend Saturday afternoons and her cult show First Play Sunday evenings which promotes the best in new music.

Louise was most recently nominated for a Stellar award in the “Best Radio DJ” category. She has also contributed to TV3 shows “Elaine” and “Midday”.

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The show is the only platform of its type for young designers in Ireland. The prestigious awards give visibility, support and a voice to young design talent throughout Ireland, offering an opportunity for their work to be shown to a judging panel of fashion design experts.

The Awards will showcase the unique designs of 49 designers and will be attended by Local and National Fashion Designers, Buyers and Fashion Industry executives, Local and National Press, Fashion Bloggers/Digital Influencers, Socialites and Celebrities, Professional Photographers and Models, Local Business Dignitaries etc..

For more information, Visit The Irish Fashion Innovation Awards page here


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