Ladies' Day 2015

Dundrum Town Centre Ladies' Day at the Discover Ireland Dublin Horse Show took place on Thursday, August 6th 2015

We were delighted that Ireland’s premier retailer Dundrum Town Centre was the title sponsor of ‘Ladies Day’ at the 2015 Discover Ireland Dublin Horse Show.

Dundrum Town Centre is Ireland’s premier shopping and leisure destination with over 120 stores and 40 restaurants . You’ll find stores there you won’t find anywhere else. With a 12 screen cinema, theatre, two bars, and a whole host of activities to keep the entire family entertained there's something for everyone! .

As the premier style event of the year, Dundrum Town Centre Ladies’ Day was a fun filled event which brought out the inner fashionista in everyone. 

Prize Categories

The ‘Dundrum Town Centre Best Dressed Lady’ received a prize package worth 10,000 euro.

Other prizes include ‘Great Lengths Most Creative Hat’, ‘HP Most Colourful Outfit’,  ‘Longines Elegance is an Attitude’ and 'Louis Copeland Best Dressed Man'

  Longines       Great Lengths Louis Copeland

Prizes   

Dundrum Town Centre Best Dressed Lady - A €10,000 Gift Voucher for Dundrum Town Centre

Longines Elegance is an Attitude – Conquest Classic Watch, a beautiful stainless steel timepiece with diamonds on the dial.

Great Lengths Most Creative Hat - €1,000 worth of Great Lengths hair extensions for a Salon in Ireland and a €1,000 voucher for the 5* Europe Hotel in Kerry.

HP Most Colourful Outfit – A Red HP Pavilion Notebook 15 inch, with a matching red mouse & case.

Louis Copeland Best Dressed Man – A Louis Copeland tailored half canvassed suit made from 100% superfine Wool with two button fastenings.

Judges

Model and fashion blogger Pippa O' Connor was joined by fashion editor Bairbre Power to judge Dundrum Town Centre Ladies' Day with TV3 presenter Laura Woods acting as MC on the day.

 

Ladies Day

 

Laura Jayne Halton from Kildare was named the 2015 ‘Dundrum Town Centre Best Dressed Lady’. 

The Longines 'Elegance is an Attitude’ prize was awarded to Sarah Cass from Kilkenny.

HP 'Most Colourful Outfit’ went to Linda Malone from Meath.

The winner of The Louis Copeland ‘Best Dressed Man’ was Cormac Bates from Co.Wexford.

The Great Lengths Most Creative Hat winner was Linda Morrison. 

 

 

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