Irish Country Magazine is celebrating 10 years in print! To mark this milestone, we are delighted to unveil our new look
There is always an air of excitement as a new issue of Irish Country Magazine hits shop shelves, but this time around, we have even more reasons to celebrate. It is hard to believe it, but Irish Country Magazine first launched a decade ago. For 10 years, we have been profiling intriguing Irish women, introducing you to the best of Irish across design, travel and food, and so much more.
The variety and standard of content is never going to change, but we did want to breathe new life into the pages of the magazine. We want the name Irish Country Magazine to leap out at you from the shelf.
And so you will notice that every page of the May | June issue has been given a complete refresh. The new design ensures that all of that fascinating content and stunning photography that our readers love has more space to shine. The magazine is easier to navigate, with distinct sections that flow nicely, so that you can find your favourites with ease and relish your time curled up with your copy of the magazine.
Introducing Alison Oliver
What better way to embrace our new look than with a fresh face? You’re going to be seeing a lot more of Cork woman Alison Oliver, as the actor has nabbed the breakout role of a lifetime, starring as the lead in the new TV adaptation of Sally Rooney’s novel, Conversations with Friends. Get your copy in shops nationwide and or download a digital copy online now, and take a sneak peek at what’s inside here. We hope you enjoy your new look magazine.
Oliver is about to be catapulted to global stardom. The Cork actor spoke to us about taking on her breakout role, getting advice on fame from Paul Mescal, and becoming part of the Rooneyverse.
Irish Made Awards 2022
The Irish Made Awards are back and bigger than ever! With three new categories — wellness, kids and sustainability — as well as a lifetime achievement award, this year’s awards are all about celebrating the best of Irish produce, crafts and more. Find out all you need to know inside the issue.
Here comes the sun
Ruth O’Connor handpicks some joyous fashion and accessories to inject some colour and fun into your summer wardrobe. And in our fashion shoot, discover how to wear the fun, playful silhouettes of SS22, with statement patterns and luxurious fabrics.
Our long-time columnist Maria Moynihan returns from maternity leave and introduces her rainbow baby, Fallon. Budgeting expert Santis O’Garro reflects on the personal turning point that saw her tackle €15,000 in debt in one year. Life coach Ariana Dunne shares tips on coping with the overwhelming news cycle at the moment. And in sustainability, Jo Linehan shares tips on transitioning to a more sustainable beauty routine.