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Ir­ish la­bel fee G, founded in Dublin in 2003 by Fiona Heaney, has launched its au­tumn/win­ter 2018 col­lec­tion. Items from the 90-piece range are in shops and at feeg.ie now. Fiona is thrilled to be cel­e­brat­ing her 15th year in busi­ness: “This is an ex­cit­ing time for fee G and we are now de­liv­er­ing to more stores than ever be­fore. This sea­son, the col­lec­tion has moved to­wards a more re­laxed Euro­pean ca­sual vibe yet re­tains its lux­u­ri­ous fab­rics and trims.” fee G’s col­lec­tions bring to­gether the fash­ion her­itage of a Euro­pean brand and the wear­a­bil­ity re­quired for wom­enswear to­day.

Fiona says: “I have al­ways been in­spired by in­te­ri­ors from the East. Or­nate decors, rich tex­tiles, in­ter­est­ing tiles and pat­terns. These in­spi­ra­tions trans­late to the op­u­lent fab­rics and colours I have cho­sen for the sea­son. The col­lec­tion is fem­i­nine and in­for­mal.”

Sheer jacquards, rich knits, wool and cash­mere, bead­ing and feath­ers all fea­ture. There is a re­laxed style to the A/ W ’18 col­lec­tion, creat­ing an over­all e ect that is ev­ery­day wear­able. Day dresses fea­ture strongly, state­ment coats are dar­ing and Fiona has em­pha­sised colour and tex­ture with a re­turn to em­bel­lish­ment. Key pieces use colour block­ing on fab­rics such as jersey and wo­ven stretch tai­lored styles. “To cre­ate these, I’ve ex­per­i­mented with colours, creat­ing colour block­ing in wave pat­terns,” says Fiona. “It was play­ing with colours and bal­ance of shapes that cre­ated these new sil­hou­ettes. I have in­tro­duced pearl bead­ing to jack­ets and dresses also, for added op­u­lence. I am re­ally happy with the over­all re­sult: the e ect is fresh and fun and very wear­able.”

For your near­est stock­ist, see feeg.ie

Dress €266

Jacket €238, Dress €255

Dress €294

Dress €266

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