Alison Conneely is a designer, stylist & art director from the Ardbear Peninsula in the West of Ireland.

    2017 saw Alison Conneely design her first Bridal Collection. After a series of bridal commissions from her private clientele she merged her love of the world's finest materials, elegance, and modernity to create a striking collection, an offering she felt was missing from the bridal market.

    In 2016 she was selected as commissioned designer for The National Museum of Decorative Arts & History, Ireland under the 1916 Centenary Programme. Her show 'The Shuttle Hive: A Century of Rising Threads', a commemorative design collection, explored through the lens of the modernist movement, the agency of revolt and myth, as identity paradigm for Irish women.

    In 2014 she launched 'A Faul Bag', a timeless, minimalist leather handbag crafted in Italy.

    In 2013 she won the coveted Future Makers award from the Design and Crafts Council of Ireland DCCoI.

    Her design work is a continuous exploration of her homeland Faul in Connemara. Alison works with the finest fabric mills in the world to create pieces that will last a lifetime. Her modernist collections have appeared in Vogue, Dazed & Confused, Sunday Times Style, & Harpers Bazzar and are stocked nationally and internationally.

    She works as a stylist and costume designer for print editorials, TV commercials and advertising campaigns, and as consultant, producer and creative director on projects ranging from fashion shows to fashion exhibitions and installations.

    www.alisonconneelystylist.com

     

     

     

       

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