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Monday, February 1, 2010

The LBD By Delphine

Award winning Kerry based designer, French born, Delphine Grandjouan, along with her mother, Christine, hosted a ‘Salon Styled’ showing of her new LBD collection in the Berkeley Court Hotel, Dublin, on Thursday 28th of January. Guests included many well known faces from the world of fashion and celebrity, including TV personality, Lorraine Keane and Editor of IT magazine, Tara Corristine, customers and friends from Kerry including Anne O Neill and Tracy and Carly Horan. The House of Delphine won the prestigious Kerry Fashion Designer of the Year Award in 2009 and has twice won Irish Brides Designer of the year. For more information visit

The little black dress (lbd), made famous by Coco Chanel, Audrey Hepburn and countless other women through the decades, is always in fashion. This is good news for fashionistas - especially in recession, as one beautifully made LBD, designed completely to flatter a woman’s personal shape, is the investment purchase of our time. Every woman should have one . . . and the House of Delphine revealed an extensive selection of designs to suit all ages and flatter the female form in every shape and size.

Operating from her studio in Kerry, and by monthly private appointment in Dublin, Delphine uses only the finest fabrics in her creations all personally sourced in Paris. The Salon Show was co ordinated by Orla Diffily and Louise James of the Kerry based consultancy Upfront PR, Event and Model Management.

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