Faisean Éire presents
Two In Eight - The Unique Fashion Showcase in aid of Pieta House
Featuring: Fashion collections, Murals and Aerial performers!
Raffle prizes include:
Sterling silver trinity knot necklace from Celtic Spirit
Voucher for The Greenery
Two tickets to Life Festival + €50 camping voucher
Evelyn Rouiller, Managing Director of Grafton Academy, noted: “It is fantastic to see
so many Grafton Academy alumna working together to exhibit their work. We are
heartened to see such an innovative platform celebrating student creativity. I'm
particularly looking forward to seeing new works from Naomi Ajetunmobi, 2017
winner of Dublin Fashion Festival.”
Ib Jorgensen, renowned couturier, also supports
the event, saying “I am delighted to wish this innovative fashion show every success
on January 10th.”
Special six piece collection from
Naomi Ajetunmobi, 2017 winner of Dublin Fashion Festival
Capsule collections by :
Slow fashion salon
Aerial performances from:
Chloé Commins - Aerial hoop and silks. Winner of Pole Dance Ireland Princess 2018 pro/advanced hoop
Lysette Golden - Aerial hoop- competitive gymnast and aerial hooper. Her style concentrates on a combination of flexibility and strength movements.
Sirius (Caroline) - Aerial rope artist- comes from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) based in Dublin for about 6 years. She sees a playground in the world in front of her!
Seve Feathers - Aerial trapeze - an award-winning image-maker and teacher who uses circus, movement, musicality and projections to create original striking imagery of a poetic nature exloring current societal and psychological issues with a view to sharing a journey with the audience, in Ireland and abroad. In her act “Forgotten”, she explores the tension between determinism and self-realisation.
Polina Shapkina (Polly) - Aerial hoop - Specialising mainly aerial hoop her performance style has been regarded along the lines of dynamically expressive, emotive, and dizzyingly sensual.
Adara García - Aerial silks- A former cheerleader from Spain, she discovered her passion for aerial merely two years ago and has been training on silks ever since. She has an expressive style and likes to tell stories through her dance
Sarah Mc Sharry - LED hoop dancer
The name of the show comes from the statistic that 1 in 4 people in Ireland will suffer from mental health issues. For this reason we have decided to raise funds for Pieta House, whose counsellors specialise in helping those with suicidal ideation.
- Faisean Éire