What an in­ter­na­tional model from Of­faly wears in his down time

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

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


Young Euro­pean Strings Or­ches­tras and En­sem­bles. Mu­sic With­out Bor­ders, works by Bach, Dvo­rak, Tchaikovsky. 7.30pm


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