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Who’s your favorite Irish celeb? Mine’s Sinead. Hey, we might as well get it all out now.
While handing out shamrock sprigs today, looking quite fetching in a dark green coat and cutesy black cap, Princess Kate opened up about the age old “boy or girl?” debate.
We’ve rounded up some helpful products for prepping dry winter lips for action, be it kissing, drinking, or crying, “Slainté!“
The luck of the Irish is legendary, but luck alone can’t get you to the top of the fashion industry. Good thing these seven designers have the vision and talent to back up their good fortune — not to mention some pretty sweet wares that are making waves all the way from Limerick to London to the Lower East Side.
Instead of wearing another punny (yet lame) green t-shirt this St. Patrick’s Day, take a style cue from stars. Leading ladies like Emma Stone and Anne Hathaway, artists like Jennifer Hudson, and even editor-turned-street-style-star Miroslava Duma have all made sartorial statements in bold green hues. Check out how you can get a similar look with our celeb-inspired St. Patty’s Day shopping guide right here.
Urban Outfitters is taking a lot of flak from Irish organizations that say its St. Patrick’s Day merchandise defames and debases the entire Emerald Isle as a bunch of drunks. And like the Navajo-themed merchandise that came before it, the t-shirts and other products that inspired this anger may be headed off the shelves.