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Catherine O’Toole and Orla Wardlaw at the No7 gathering of influential women to celebrate an industry first breakthrough for No7 Protect & Perfect Intense ADVANCED Serum. Boots Ireland Head of Marketing Gillian Hennessy welcomed guests on arrival at Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud-photo Kieran Harnett
Ireland’s most influential women gather at Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud to celebrate No7’s industry first claim
No7 Protect & Perfect Intense ADVANCED Serum – an extraordinary product, now with an industry first claim
An exclusive group including many of Ireland’s most influential women across media, fashion, business and entertainment last night attended an intimate gathering at Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud to celebrate an industry first in Ireland for No7’s latest anti-ageing breakthrough. Event host Gillian Hennessy, Boots Ireland Head of Marketing welcome guests on arrival and raised a toast to No7 Protect & Perfect Intense ADVANCED Serum – their first serum clinically proven to deliver anti-ageing results that get even better over time.
Following a drinks reception, guests were treated to a sumptuous four course meal in the restaurant’s private Roderic O’Conor Room. The menu on the night included Dublin Bay prawns with mango, caper and ginger remoulade, fillet of Irish beef with roast foie gras, madeira and truffle jus and for dessert “coeur de guanaja” a contemporary dark chocolate tart with tonka vanilla ice cream.
Guests on the night included TV3’s Sybil Mulcahy and Aisling O’Loughlin, Glossybox CEO Rachel Kavanagh and designer Sonya Lennon as well as Rhona Blake, Managing Director at FleishmanHillard, dermatologists Dr Katherine Mulrooney and Dr Jane Mulrooney, model Sarah McGovern and stylists Ingrid Hoey and Holly White.
Also in attendance was Orla Wardlaw, one of eight real women who last year took part in No7’s ‘Four Weeks, No Mirrors’ challenge and who also appears in the advertising campaign. Orla