WEAR IT OUT
What an international model from Offaly wears in his down time
Dylan Moran is Ireland’s newest international model. He started modelling less than a year ago but has already been signed to some of the world’s biggest modelling agencies in New York, Milan and London.
He has graced the runway shows of Dries van Noten and Alexander Wang and is set to be one of the major faces in the upcoming men’s collections. Hailing from Offaly, this guy is set to put Irish malemodels on the map. With campaigns for Adidas and Urban Outfitters under his belt, the sky really is the limit for this wonder kid.
Dylan is also heavily involved in themusic scene in Dublin and can regularly be caught doing a DJ set in Hangar nightclub.
With music and fashion as his career choices it is easy to see why his style is so effortless. We had a chat with him to get an idea of what he is wearing at the moment.
Tell us a bit about your outfit today?
It’s pretty much a go-to lazy look. Reeboks, Lee jeans, a white T-shirt from good old Guineys, Zara sunglasses and a Rains backpack. I like to mix vintage, high street and a few well-designed pieces like this Rains bag.
Tell us a bit about your personal style?
I think my personal style has grown to just be pretty simple 10am 01-6325300
John Dexter (organ), Dublin County Choir, Dublin Sinfonietta/Colin Block. Brian Ingoldsby: Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis; Bach: Magnificat; Buxtehude; Magnificat Primi Toni; John Rutter: Magnificat. 8pm 01-4170000
Mary Flaherty (soprano), Dublin Orchestral Players/Andrew Synnott. Haydn: Creation Prelude; Mascagni: Cavalleria rusticana Intermezzo; Debussy: Petite Suite; Brahms: Haydn Variations; Verdi: La traviata Prelude; plus vocal solos. 8pm
Listen at Arthur’s with Laoise O’Brien (recorders), Michael O’Toole (guitar), Maeve O’Hara (vibraphone), Matthew Berrill (clarinet), and Navá. 8pm
classic, although it does vary from time to time. I do a lot of travelling now with work so I like to be comfortable. I love vintage sportswear and try to include that in my outfits a lot. I have been gifted a few amazing pieces after runway shows but I would have to save them for special occasions.
What areyou mostlooking forward to this summer?
First on the list is AVA festival in Belfast during the bank holiday weekend in June. There’s a lovely mix of international and local acts. Then I’d love to be going to Body & Soul but fashion week starts in June so that means London, Milan and Paris.
After that it’s all a surprise. Photographs: Dean Ryan McDaid
Mairéad Buicke (soprano), Owen Gilhooly (tenor), Pádraic Keane (uilleann pipes), Irish World Academy Choir, Military and Pipe Bands of the Defence Forces/Mark Armstrong. A Nation’s Song 1916-2016. 8pm
Ben Barnes (director), Joe Vanek (designer), Opera Theatre Company/Andrew Greenwood. Puccini: La Bohème (in English). 8pm 065-6843103 Also Wed, Letterkenny
Clair Obscur Saxophone Duo, Elisaveta Blumina (piano). Alexander Tcherepnin, Prokofiev, Ian Wilson, Fazil Say, Bernstein, Marais, Christoph Enzel, Gershwin, noon. Adm free 01-2225550 Vanbrugh String Quartet. Beethoven: Quartets in F minor Op 94; in B flat Op 18 No 6; in A minor Op 132. 3pm 01-4170000
RIAM Performing Groups Summer Concert. 6pm 01-6325300
MONDAY 23 DUBLIN
Young European Strings Orchestras and Ensembles. Music Without Borders, works by Bach, Dvorak, Tchaikovsky. 7.30pm