International model Aine teams up with Andrea
MODEL Aine O'Gorman has returned to Dublin for her studies but, the catwalk queen isn't hanging up her heels just yet.
The Tipperary model (left) spent three years working with designers such as Roberto Cavalli, Jasper Conran and Vivienne Westwood.
Now back home to pursue a degree in business in Trinity College, the red-haired beauty has been snapped up by Andrea Roche.
"We are honoured to be representing one of Ireland's model successful international models," Andrea said of her new signing.
Aine (21) was spotted at a music festival in 2011 and decided to gamble in a year out to try her hand at modelling in London.
"I ended up taking pictures in a bright orange ripped t-shirt in the middle of a field while drunk guys jumped on my back and my poor friend sat on the ground holding two hot dogs," she said of the day she was discovered.
She signed with Elite models who represented her European interests and with Major in New York and spent three years there as her red hair and alabaster skin made her hugely popular with fashion bosses.
Oliver's US festival feast
celeb chef Oliver Dunne will be jetting to Boston this St Patrick's weekend to cook up a tasty feast in the Met Back Bay restaurant. The Michelin -starred chef will present a dinner at the An Evening in Eire event in the prestigious dining spot.
"Irish cooking and produce has improved so much over the past decade, we now can be really proud of our food industry," Dunne said.
Magic on the screen
THE popular Cinemagic International Film and Television Festival is to return for its seventh year running in May.
For 12 days, young Dubliners will get the chance to learn from some of the best in the business.
With patrons such as Liam Neeson, Dermot O'Leary, Saoirse Ronan and Pierce Brosnan it could prove to be the experience of a lifetime.
Vamps to bite in Cork
Following a worldwide tour, the Vamps will play Cork's Marquee on June 18. Tickets will go on sale on February 28 from all Ticketmaster outlets at 9am.