My Week: ‘My personal style is on show at the Hunt’

Celia Holman Lee

Reporter:

Celia Holman Lee

Thanks for all the hard work! Here I am at the launch of the Hunt Museums spring exhibition Limerick Style Icon which showcases some of the great pieces in my own personal collection over the years. Pictured with me were Jordyn Clary, Naomi ONolan, Head of Exhibitions; Br�d�n Kelly, Rebecca Ryan and James Malone
I was so delighted that Mary Kennedy agreed to come to Limerick and help me open my exhibition at the Hunt Museum this week.

I was so delighted that Mary Kennedy agreed to come to Limerick and help me open my exhibition at the Hunt Museum this week.

I consider Mary a most inspiring woman on both a personal and professional level. She spoke such kind and gracious at the opeing on Wednesday night and I was honoured that she could be there for it.

I also want to thank all my wonderful family and friends for coming along to show their support. Both the Hunt Museum and I were blown away by the turn out and all the positive reviews were truly humbling. I’ll have tonnes more gossip and photos next week!

I was also delighted to be invited to the launch of the new range by Guinness and Newbridge Silverware this week up in Newbridge, Co Kildare. This partnership sees the two iconic brands coming together to produce a carefully created premium collection of stunning jewellery for both females and males.

The pieces are both stylish yet practical homeware and desirable decorations which are ideal gifts for loved ones at home or abroad.

I am delighted for both Guiness and Newbridge Silverware. I love the beautiful new range from these two Irish businesses and think this exciting new collection will be a huge success. There is no jewelery quiet like it on the market and each piece has a beautifully classy look. I wish both Newbridge and Guinness all the best and I can’t wait to see some of these pieces in the shops in Limerick.

Chat to you next week!