Inside the November issue of Irish Country Magazine


Aoibhín Garrihy stuns on the cover of our November issue, in shops now

The November issue of Irish Country Magazine is here, with fascinating features, exciting autumn fashion trends and lots of inspiration to brighten dark days this month.

1. Aoibhín Garrihy prepares for baby number 2

This month sees Aoibhín Garrihy grace the cover and she has lots to discuss in her interview with editor Klara Heron. Not only is she set to welcome her second child before Christmas, the tireless entrepreneur is also launching a new sleep product range for her business, Beo, this November too. Not one to rest on her laurels, she and her husband John are also building their dream home in county Clare. Life in the West has given her a fresh outlook on life, and she looks at home in our stunning photo shoot at Dromoland Castle. Take a look behind the scenes of the cover shoot here.

Photography: Eilish McCormick; Styling: Courtney Smith; Hair and Makeup: Ailbhe Lynch

2. The Irish Made Awards 2019 Winners Revealed!

We were delighted to host the first ever Irish Made Awards Ceremony in partnership with Kilkenny. Makers from all over Ireland gathered for a drinks reception and lunch at Fallon & Byrne. After an inspiring speech by jeweller Chupi, Klara Heron led the prize giving, and we are so thrilled for all the winners and runners up. Pick up the November issue to find out more about each of the winners.

Irish made awards Lunch 2019

3. What to wear now

Stylist Corina Gaffey demonstrates how to wear the trends of the season, whether you just want to nod to the look or take it full throttle.

4. Be inspired

As always the magazine is packed with features to pore over. Look abroad to learn more about the wellness practices and traditions of other cultures and learn how to introduce them into your own life. Our Community feature on the inspiring Galz Gone Wild, a hiking group led by women for women, will inspire you to rediscover a love of nature and to challenge your mind and body. We also have interviews on pioneering women, such as a Galway scientist who is determined to improve the lives of Parkinson’s patients, and a feature on Finn Ni Fhaolain and how she established her zero-waste, gluten free bakery in Donegal.

5. Hit refresh

If you’re in need of a treat to awaken your mind and body on dull winter days, then check out our list of the best spa treatments to indulge in this winter. These new, exciting treatments are a treat for the senses and will leave you feeling renewed.

The Spa at The Marker