Here we go again! On Friday, April 24th at The Marker Hotel, Dublin, the Peter Mark VIP Style Awards 2020 will once more take place.
It’s the 19th year in a row we’ve held the awards, so, readers, you should know the drill by now! Pick your most stylish entry from the categories, and place your votes.
This year, we’ve introduced a brand new award for Most Sustainable Style, but will who go home with the gong? You decide. Here are the nominees:
Broadcaster, DWTS host and Most Stylish Woman winner at last year’s Peter Mark Style Awards, Jennifer got the sustainable conversation going recently by wearing a fabulous silver dress from last year’s season which she had re-styled and made quite the statement by doing so. Vote for Jennifer here!
Louise Mc Sharry
Whether she is on a clothing shop ban or re-wearing her staple, edgy pieces, Louise is a renowned face behind the sustainable movement, and is also an advocate for inclusive fashion. An impressive lady. Vote for Louise here!
TV stylist, writer and self-proclaimed lover of all things vintage, Irene is a big fan of ‘Om Diva’, a boutique which specialises in vintage, jewellery and sustainable Irish designers, as well as browsing charity shops. Vote for Irene here!
Whether she is re-wearing a coat from 15 years ago from her mum’s wardrobe, or talking about sustainable fashion choices on her stories, this influencer is passionate about shopping smart and purchasing less. Vote for Niamh here!
Roz has made no secret that she has stopped buying fast fashion and started buying second- hand, often chatting about her vintage and thrift stores finds in Dublin. She’s pictured above wearing a Rixo dress rental from sustainable site Rag Revolution. Love it. Vote for Roz here!
This podcaster, Gaeilgeoir and wellness guru is another woman who is passionate about sustainability, often bringing outfits into the ZipYard to have them transformed into something brand new, or proudly re-wearing everything already in her wardrobe. Vote for Sile here!
This stylist has long been admired for re-working her outfits into something totally different. She’s also a huge supporter of sustainable brands like Ganni, praising its holistic approach to fashion, from the materials sourced to how its factories operate. Vote for Courtney here!
Irish DJ and host of the sustainable fashion podcast ‘Dirty Laundry’, Tara takes pride in up-styling pre-loved pieces, buying second-hand fashion pieces and even creating her own from scratch, often showing the process on her social media. Vote for Tara here!