Style Awards will take place on 28 December, one of the most significant race
days in the Irish Sporting calendar and one that has recently been christened The Savills Day at Leopardstown.
A total of
€7,000 worth of prizes will be available across male and female categories for
the best ensemble. This year, the awards are said to have a unique twist, with
judges looking for the most fashionable outfit incorporating an Irish element.
According to Savills, the different outlook for the Style Awards this year is a
nod to the wealth of sartorial talent in Ireland, and an opportunity for
entrants to showcase the best in Irish fashion.
confirmed for the day are PJ Gibbons, editor of prominent fashion and beauty
magazine Social & Personal, Lisa O’Brien, Quantity Surveyor formerly
starring in RTE’s Room to Improve and Ashling Kilduff, owner of The Design
the launch of the Savills Style Awards, Ashling Kilduff said:
“I am delighted to be involved with judging the most fashionable
outfit in ‘The Savills Style Awards at Leopardstown ‘. Racing has always been synonymous with Irish
fashion and style; this event gives you a unique opportunity to express your
personal style whilst supporting our talented Irish creatives.”
Prizes for the
best dressed male and female category include a gift card for Dundrum Town
Centre up to the value of €2,000 as
well as a one-night stay for two in a Heritage Park Suite at The Shelbourne
Hotel with dinner for two in The Saddle Room Restaurant.
available on the day include a private consultation with Design Centre Dublin
milliner Aoife Harrison, who will then create a bespoke piece for the winner, a
prize equivalent to €1,000 for the lucky recipient. Additionally, hairdresser
of the year, Peter Mark is giving winners the opportunity to secure €500 worth
of hairdressing - a whole year’s worth of visits.
need to do, is to make themselves known at the Savills Style Awards’ registration
desk (within the Christmas Festival Marquee). Fashion scouts will also be
present on the day looking for the best outfits, ones which exude charisma, personality
and a different outlook championing Irish style. For more information, please