The Insider - Fashion show at Brown Thomas Dublin
Style queens will be beating a path to Brown Thomas Dublin this evening for the Diane Von Furstenberg fashion show.
The hottest looks for spring/summer will be showcased in the New Beginnings fashion show.
Meanwhile, a suitably stylish event is taking place every Sunday until April 8 in the Conrad Dublin hotel. Cocobelle and Trixi Belle will be showing off their latest must-have footwear as part of an Alice in Wonderland-themed party.
•Ever wondered how Michelin-starred chef Ross Lewis came up with his menu for Queen Elizabeth during her trip to Dublin last year? Well wonder no more. The award-winning chef will be dishing out top tips at a special banquet in Dromona House, outside Cappaquin, Co Waterford.
He'll join in a conversation with Paul Flynn, of the Tannery in Dungarvan.
Tickets are €60 and are on sale from waterfordfestival offood.com.
•More names have been added to the Meteor Camden Crawl Dublin, on May 11 and 12. The inaugural event has confirmed that among those taking to the stage for the Friday Crawl will be Choice Music Prize winner Jape as well as nominees And So I Watch You From Afar, New York band We Are Scientists and Limerick's finest Rubberbandits. Some UK artists will be there, including indie pop merchants Bastille, and hip-hopper DELS.
•The Sebastian Guinness Gallery will be the venue for an invite-only launch of Black and White tomorrow evening. It is the first major exhibition of paintings from emerging artist Daragh Hughes. Culture vultures will be heading to the Dawson Street venue for a private showing of the exhibition, which runs until April 21.
•U2's Adam Clayton has taken time out to join celebrities for a good cause.
He will be putting his best foot forward for a new campaign called Walk In My Shoes, which is calling on the public to don some mismatched shoes on April 26 and donate €2 at the same time. Launched by St Pat's Hospital Foundation, it aims to raise funds to support positive mental health in young adults aged from 18-25 years old and take away the stigma of mental illness.