Fashion fans out in style for an eyeful of Paul Galvin’s latest threads
GALVIN’S RANGE TOPS BILL IN FASHION SHOW AT BRANDON IN AID OF FINUGE/LIXNAW GAA
PAUL Galvin interchanged his fashion smarts with his sporting genius in aid of his home club as hundreds of stylish Kerry folk gathered at the Brandon Hotel on Friday to savour his latest designs.
The fundraising fashion show in aid of Finuge/Lixnaw GAA opened with Galvin’s latest range for Dunnes Store, Shelby.
As with its predecessor lines Shelby is inspired by the BBC smash hit gangster period drama Peaky Blinders. And if Friday’s reaction is anything to go by, it will be every bit as successful as Galvin’s prior outings for Dunnes.
It is now hoped the event will become an annual one with Paul Galvin keen to see fellow Kerry-native fashion designers given a regular platform. He was joined on the night in showcasing creations by rising and established Kerry fashion stars like Tina Griffin, Aoife Hannon, Carol Kennelly and the House of Delphine; all putting the Kingdom on the sartorial map.
Paul Galvin with Tralee man James O’Connor (left) and Aubrey O’Mahony modelling some of the latest outfits as part of his Shelby range for Dunnes Stores - inspired by the hit BBC gangster period drama Peaky Blinders.
Paul’s brother Raymond Galvin and wife Michelle were a picture of style at the big fundraising night for Finuge/Lixnaw GAA.
Paul and wife Louise ahead of the big fundraising fashion show in The Brandon Hotel in Tralee on Friday night in aid of his home club of Finuge/ Lixnaw.
Students and teachers from Mercy Mounthawk grab a quick selfie.