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Danielle Romeril - Irish Fashion Designer

Danielle Romeril – Leading Irish Fashion Designer

I chose to study Fashion Design in Limerick School of Art and Design, LIT as the course is nationally and internationally acclaimed.  It is also the only fashion programme in Ireland which showcases at Graduate Fashion Week in London and offers the opportunity for excellent work placement all over the world.

After completing my studies in LIT, I achieved a Masters in Fashion Design from Royal College of Art, London in 2010.

Having worked with Sharon Wauchob (Paris) and Alberta Ferretti (Italy). I launched my first bespoke contemporary womenswear label in 2013 and have since showcased every year at London Fashion Week.

My label currently retails in 10 countries worldwide and regularly features in publications such as Vogue, Elle, Tatler, Grazia and Marie Claire.

My collection is a vibrant, youthful womenswear label with a relaxed yet considered aesthetic. My focus is on extraordinary fabric combinations and surface details and to be innovative and fresh when it comes to contemporary womenswear design.  

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For me, it started in LIT

Danielle Romeril
Leading Irish Fashion Designer
LIT Graduate 2007 – Fashion BA (Honours) in Design    


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