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The Way We Really Dress Now: Part One

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THE GLOSS nominates the women who, in lockdown, inspired most via Instagram, with their fun, fearless, light-hearted and generous approach to fashion …

Zoë Quinn
Personal trainer
FOR PUTTING FASHION INTO FITNESS

Personal trainer Zoë Quinn started #oneoutfitoneexercise (think bicep curls in ballgowns) to add levity during lockdown. The former stylist has a huge archive of clothes which helped. “Boredom breeds creativity, I felt even if I couldn’t dress up to go out, I could dress up for myself and for my friends. The arts and creative sector has been decimated so I love the inventive ways people are coming up with to entertain and use their craft.” @oneoutfitoneexercise

Lyra
Singer/songwriter
FOR HELPING THOSE IN NEED

Cork singer/songwriter Lyra raised funds for victims of domestic abuse. Like her music, her style is an alluring mix of contemporary and vintage pieces. @thisislyra

Tanice Elizabeth
Legal Negotiator and co-founder of Content for Better
FOR MAKING SPACE ON THE SCENE

Belfast-based Tanice Elizabeth launched #ContentForBetter to promote diversity among creatives, in response to the Black Lives Matter movement, while her Instagram feed made a case for minimalist, tonal outfits. @taniceelizabeth

Niamh O’Donoghue
Social media editor
FOR HEAD TURNING

Niamh O’Donoghue, social media editor at fashion gaming platform Drest (and former associate social media editor at British Vogue) kept her fashion vibrant, even on the darkest days, with an enviable hatrobe. @niamh_not_neeme

Zoë Quinn
Personal trainer
FOR PUTTING FASHION INTO FITNESS

Personal trainer Zoë Quinn started #oneoutfitoneexercise (think bicep curls in ballgowns) to add levity during lockdown. The former stylist has a huge archive of clothes which helped. “Boredom breeds creativity, I felt even if I couldn’t dress up to go out, I could dress up for myself and for my friends. The arts and creative sector has been decimated so I love the inventive ways people are coming up with to entertain and use their craft.” @oneoutfitoneexercise

Lyra
Singer/songwriter
FOR HELPING THOSE IN NEED

Cork singer/songwriter Lyra raised funds for victims of domestic abuse. Like her music, her style is an alluring mix of contemporary and vintage pieces. @thisislyra

Tanice Elizabeth
Legal Negotiator and co-founder of Content for Better
FOR MAKING SPACE ON THE SCENE

Belfast-based Tanice Elizabeth launched #ContentForBetter to promote diversity among creatives, in response to the Black Lives Matter movement, while her Instagram feed made a case for minimalist, tonal outfits. @taniceelizabeth

Niamh O’Donoghue
Social media editor
FOR HEAD TURNING

Niamh O’Donoghue, social media editor at fashion gaming platform Drest (and former associate social media editor at British Vogue) kept her fashion vibrant, even on the darkest days, with an enviable hatrobe. @niamh_not_neeme

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