The October issue of Irish Country Magazine

In this month's issue, we speak to Lucy Kennedy and we are also excited to reveal this year's winners of the Irish Made Awards!

  • October issue

  • Lucy

  • Check and tartan for AW18

  • Eileen Smith

  • Irish Made Awards

  • Old Ground in Clare

The new issue of Irish Country Magazine is out now and we are thrilled to have the fun and fabulous Lucy Kennedy on the cover.

As well as a beautiful photoshoot with Lucy, this issue is packed with features you will want to read, as well as the usual array of inspiration in fashion, travel, interiors and more.

Here’s a sneak peek on what’s inside this month’s issue:

1. Lucy Kennedy

The vibrant and relatable star of Living With Lucy was effortlessly glamorous in our cover shoot at The Address at Dublin 1. She spoke to us about getting to know what celebrities are really like behind closed doors, being herself on screen and and finding a happy work/life balance after a long career in the business.

2. How to work this season’s trends

Our stunning fashion shoot at Roundwood House, styled by Corina Gaffey and photographed by Naomi Gaffey, showcases how to wear the elegant checks and tartans of AW18. Ruth O’Connor breaks down the finishing touches you need this season, from accessories and footwear to prints and new shades.

3. Irish Made Awards

We are so excited to reveal the winners and runners up of this year’s Irish Made Awards inside this month’s issue.

4. Style Over 60

Eileen Smith, more commonly known as @eileenstylequeen, Celia Holman Lee and Over The Hilda blogger Hilda Smith have attracted loyal followings on Instagram, sharing their favourite outfits and showing that great style never fades. They spoke to us about confidence, being an #influencer and their style.

5. Autumn breaks

Tracey Donaghey spoke to people in the know in Cork about their favourite spots in the city and further afield in our local's guide. Klara Heron took a long overdue staycation in Co Clare and is already planning her return visit to the Banner County. Read her piece to discover the best Irish produce and restaurants and the local sights you need to visit.

Inform | Inspire | Indulge