The Morrigan Skinny Scarf

A product of dreams, memories and coincidences, this print draws on the story of the Morrigan, the shape-shifting Celtic Goddess of War, Fate and Death. Her alter ego is the black bird, a crow or raven, that famously perched on the shoulder of Celtic hero Cú Chulainn in the throes of death. Like so many…

Brown Thomas: Create

When I was a child and browsing the vast array of stunning goods in the store I could scarcely have imagined that one day my own range, inspired by my childhood stories in Dublin, would be displayed under this very roof…

Which Éadach Print Are You?

I can be the queen of procrastination, often assisted by those quizzes on Buzzfeed, ‘Which Disney Villain are you?’ (Maleficent), ‘What city should you live in?’ (LA), ‘What song are you?’ (Wild Thing by The Troggs), ‘What should you have for dinner?’ (that’s not a real one but I wish it was because I can…

Press: The Style Guide Blog

I’ve been lucky enough to have had many lovely things written about my work over the past decade. One of my favourite quotes comes from the beautiful Sera at The Style Guide Blog who decided that Éadach was ‘a collection dreams are made of.’  In my dreamy head you don’t get higher praise that that! Read…

Mermaids

A mermaid found a swimming lad, Picked him up for her own, Pressed her body to his body, Laughed; and plunging down Forgot in cruel happiness That even lovers drown.     WB Yeats  It’s possibly becoming quite apparent (especially for anyone that follows me on Twitter) that I have something of a Yeats obsession….

Bloody Foreland

After a couple of hectic months shooting the AW15 campaigns an unexpectedly sunny weekend in Donegal was total perfection. Bloody Foreland is such a remote and gorgeously wild part of Donegal, a beautiful place with a timeless, peaceful atmosphere that belies its local folklore.