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Ingrid Hoey and Louise Stokes at the Louise Kennedy Spring Summer 2014. Photo: Photocall

Ingrid Hoey and Louise Stokes at the Louise Kennedy Spring Summer 2014. Photo: Photocall

Ingrid Hoey and Louise Stokes at the Louise Kennedy Spring Summer 2014. Photo: Photocall

HER best pal Amy Huberman is the face of Newbridge Silverware, and now stylist-to-the-stars Ingrid Hoey is making her own mark on the jewellery brand.

Ingrid has been asked to style tomorrow’s VIP brunch event to celebrate 80 years of the company.

And the Voice of Ireland stylist has plenty of work on her hands after being given the task of styling the interior of the venue.

She will be joined on the day by a host of well-known faces and friends of Newbridge, including pal Amy and former newsreader Anne Doyle.

“I’m doing the whole event so that is quite exciting,” Ingrid told the

“Then that evening I am working for Irish designer Louise Kennedy so it is all go, I haven’t slowed down.”

Responsible for decking out Kathryn Thomas during the Voice of Ireland live finals, Dublin fashion guru Ingrid said she has been more than happy with her flow of work since the show came to an end in April.

She received plenty of plaudits last week from friend Kathryn and other style lovers when she was tasked with presenting Harvey Nichols’ new summer looks at the store’s Audi A3 Cabriolet Fashion Show.

“Work has been really constant, which is lovely, and they are all my favourite people that I love working with,” she said.

“I work for myself so it’s not going too bad, I’ll just keep doing what I’m doing.”

While she has made her name turning out people in the latest quirky trends, Ingrid said fashion-forward women are much more style savvy about their wardrobe purchases these days.

Instead of spending a fortune buying a string of new summer outfits, she suggested women think carefully and spend well with investment pieces.

“I think people are buying staple items that will do them for the 
summer so they can mix and match,” she said.


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