Fash­ion is so cycli­cal – you never know what you’ll find in your par­ents’ wardrobe

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - SEVEN DAYS | GOING OUT - Emma Fraser

Aungier st., 9pm, jjs­myths.com

Weekly ses­sion cel­e­brat­ing the hard-bop tra­di­tion of Art Blakey, Wayne Shorter, Ho­race Sil­ver et al Lee­son Lounge, Lee­son st., 9pm, No CC Reg­u­lar ses­sion with shift­ing line-up; see Face­book page for lat­est In­ter­na­tional Bar, Wick­low st., 9pm, No CC ( ‘do­na­tion’), face­book.com/ in­ter­na­tion­al­jazz


This week we meet Jan­ice, a stu­dent, and had a chat to her about her per­sonal style. Of­ten we can get in­spi­ra­tion for our out­fits in our own homes. Fash­ion is so cycli­cal, and things that our par­ents wore in the past are now back on trend, so make sure to have good root through their clos­ets – who knows what hid­den gems you will find.


“I bought this tur­tle neck be­cause I am not into all the skimpy re­veal­ing clothes girls my age wear, so I had a look around for some­thing that was a more my style and found this top. It comes in a range of colours too so I’ll prob­a­bly go back and get a few more.”


“I bought the jeans be­cause I didn’t have to go to an ex­pen­sive store to buy good jeans. I find the fit in Dunnes re­ally good too so even though they don’t cost a lot they work re­ally well for me.”


“The black-and-white 1990s In­ter­na­tional Bar, Wick­low st., 9pm, No CC ( ‘do­na­tion’), face­book.com/ in­ter­na­tion­al­jazz


Pop­u­lar Sligo bassist with Ciaran Wilde (sax­o­phones) and Pa­trick Gil­bert (key­boards) Har­gadons, O’Con­nell st., 9pm, No CC, sligo­jazz.ie Michael Der­van mder­van@irish­times.com


jean jacket was my mum’s from about 2000, which she bought in Lon­don. It’s so great when things from my mum’s wardrobe come back into fash­ion be­cause then I get to wear them for free.”

Tel­lus­abouty­ourper­sonal style?

My per­sonal style I’d say is a lit­tle boy­ish, be­cause I am in­spired by my older brother Kevin, who also mod­els. And the way he dresses gives

Stu­dent Show­case Recital. 1.10pm Adm free

Jan­ina Fialkowska (pi­ano). Chopin: Polon­aise-Fan­taisie Op 61; Noc­turne in B Op 9 No 3; Im­promptu in G flat Op 51; Waltz in B mi­nor Op 69 No 2; in A flat Op 42; Bal­lade No 4; Scherzo in E Op 54; Pre­ludes in E flat mi­nor Op 28 No 14; in D flat Op 28 No 15; Mazurkas Op 50; Scherzo in B mi­nor Op 20. 7.30pm £15


Pi­ano mas­ter­class with John O’Conor. 9am 01-6325300 Lane (vi­olin), Ca­tri­ona McEl­hin­ney-Grimes (pi­ano). Beethoven, Brahms, Schu­mann, Kreisler. 1.05pm 01-4170000

Jen­nifer Hamil­ton (di­rec­tor), Ian Som­merville (de­signer), DIT vo­cal stu­dents, DITSO/Kil­lian Far­rell. Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro. 7pm Also Sat

Pre-con­cert con­ver­sa­tion with Narek Hakhnazaryan, Dun­can Ward, Barry McGovern. 7pm 01-4170000

Narek Hakhnazaryan (cello), RTÉ NSO/Dun­can Ward. Bax: In memo­riam; Lu­toslawski: Cello Con­certo; Beethoven: Sym­phony No 3 (Eroica). 8pm 01-4170000


Ni­cholas Daniel, Conor me new ideas of ways I can in­cor­po­rate it into my sense of style. “

What­piece­of­clothin­gareyou dreamingabout­for­sum­mer?

“A piece of cloth­ing I’d re­ally love for the sum­mer is the two pieces in store at Nine Crows. I in­stantly fell in love with the dif­fer­ent colours and pat­terns.


Pho­to­graphs: Katie McLough­lin Robin­son Ca­vanagh (oboes), Chen Halevi, Mac­dara Ó Seiread­áin (clar­inets), Amy Har­man, John Hearne (bas­soons), Martin Owen, Cuan Ó Seiread­áin (horns). Mozart: Ser­e­nade in E flat K375; Jonathan Dove: Fig­ures in the Gar­den; Mozart: Magic Flute Over­ture; Ser­e­nade in C mi­nor K388. 8pm 091-705962


Pi­ano mas­ter class with Jan­ina Fialkowska. 10.30am £5

Ioana Petcu-Colan (vi­olin), Michael McHale (pi­ano). Beethoven: Vi­olin Sonata in F Op 24 (Spring); Ian Wil­son: Spil­li­aert’s Beach; Franck: Sonata in A. 1.30pm

Daniel Tong (pi­ano), Dante String Quar­tet. Beethoven: Quar­tet in D Op 18 No 3; Men­delssohn: Quar­tet in F mi­nor Op 80; Shostakovich: Pi­ano Quin­tet. 7.30pm


Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro. See Fri­day. 1.30pm

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