Vagabrothers dublin design video
Tuesday, 3 November, 2015
Q2, 2015, page 125
Nothing compares to putting on a clean, crisp shirt, It’s not just about buying a small, medium or large, there are a lot of details to get right from the collar to the cuffs to the cut of the torso.
CityJet, Inflight Magazine: Velocity
June, 2015, page 10
Take A Bow:
Brendan Joseph Bow-ties are all handmade in Ireland from 100% Silk in a unique woven pattern inspired by the Irish landscape, the vibrant City of Dublin, ancient Celtic-Christian illuminated manuscripts and the rules of geometry in Arabic architecture. This petal and Stem woven silk bow-tie is a prime example.
Irish Examiner, Weekend Magazine
Saturday, 20 June, 2015, page 3
Still looking for a fitting Father's Day gift? This Dublin Bay handwoven silk scarf by designer Brendan Joseph is bound to fit the bill. Irish made craftsmanship at its best.
Living Wirral Magazine
The Irish Times
Fri 12 Jun 2015
What we like: father's day presents
Dad's are notoriously hard to buy for. Be ahead of the game this year and select something slick for your old man (and yes we've included socks)
Featured in The Cabinet of Modern Irish Life | Liminal Irish Design at the Threshold | Flagship International Exhibition for Year of Irish Design 2015
- FuoriSalone - Milan Design Week, Via Tortona. 14th–19th April 2015
- WantedDesign at NYCxDesign: Friday 15th May – Monday 18th May
- ID2015 Design Hub, Dublin Castle: Friday 3rd July – Sunday 20th September
- Dutch Design Week: Saturday 17th October – Sunday 25th October
The Cabinet of Modern Irish Life, curated by Studio AAD to provide a window into contemporary Irish life and the design that binds it together:
"A new vernacular has been growing over the last six years that is world class but also proud of its heritage and tradition. These are the things that form the backdrop to Modern Irish Life." -Scott Burnett, Curator.
30 - Bow tie by Brendan Joseph
Distilling precious moments and beautiful places, Brendan Joseph makes each scarf, shawl & bow-tie by hand in Ireland, the home of his inspiration, working in silk, cashmere and linen. The colours in each scarf are the result of an innovative design methodology by which Brendan draws his inspiration directly from scenes and sources in the environment around him – the vibrant city of Dublin and the beautiful natural landscapes of Ireland. Brendan’s passion for colour, pattern, quality and craftsmanship is clear in his work as he explores, distils and translates what he sees in the world around him into his handmade scarves. Although the colours in his designs are drawn purely from nature, they bring out the unusual and the unnoticed - the intensely vibrant lichen on warm grey rocks by the soft- blue sea at Sandymount Strand, or the speckled pink and blue of the Georgian and Victorian architecture in the area around his studio.
#ID2015 #IrishDesign2015 #LoveIreland #BrendanJoseph #Liminal #MDW15
Solomon fine art | artist profile
Aer Lingus, In-Flight Magazine: Cara
April / May 2015
17 March, 2015
'12 Irish Accents for your Home'
Twelve Great Pieces of Irish Design
Feeling Festive? Architectural Digest's take on Saint Patrick's Day. AD has selected 12 Irish-made products that look stylish year round.
Brendan Joseph’s 100% silk (and 60/40 Silk/Linen) bow ties are made in Dublin;
$118 from brendanjoseph.com
17 March 2015
'Walk Like A Man'
2 April, 2015, http://www.gimmefashion.com/walk-like-a-man/
Social & Personal
Brendan Joseph has been announced as a finalist in the KFW - Kerry Fashion Week Irish Fashion Industry Awards 2015 in association with Image Magazine Ireland.
The winners will be announced on Friday 6th March at a dinner and show in the The Europe Hotel & Resort, Killarney, featuring the work of some of the top emerging talent in Ireland. The KFW Awards Night will also feature new work from leading couturiers Umit Kutluk Designer, Helen Steele and Helen Cody. The night will be jointly mc’ed by Orlagh Winters and journalist Alison Nulty.
You can find out all about the event, and purchase tickets online through the #KFW website: http://kerryfashionweek.com/
Sunday Business Post 'Insider Trading' by Ruth O'Connor
February 8, 2015
Insider Trading: Like it, want it, covet it: Ruth O’Connor is our style insider.
This Killiney Hill scarf by men’s accessories company Brendan Joseph (recent recipient of a highly commended award at Showcase) echoes the colour of the gorse and heather to be found on the Hill itself.
Each scarf is woven in silk – the quality of the fabric has to be touched to be believed – using a complex weaving technique. The range includes a variety of colourways, and bow ties made in a similar fashion. €198. brendanjoseph.com
The Sunday Business Post, Magazine, February 8 2015, Pages 6-7
Featured on RTÉ Nationwide
RTÉ One, Monday 26 January, 2015
Taking a bow: Brendan Joseph dresses to impress at Showcase
Dublin City Gazette, January 22-28, 2015
Rathmines scarf and bow-tie designer Brendan Joseph couldn't keep his joy under wraps as he was highly commended in the accessories category for his bow-ties at Showcase 2015 in the RDS. Showcase, which was officially opened by President Michael D Higgins, is the country's largest international trade fair, attracting over 5,000 buyers from all over Ireland and 26 countries around the world. Brendan is pictured with Karen Hennessy, chief executive of the design and crafts council.
Showcase - Ireland's Creative Expo® is set to shine in pivotal year for Irish Design.
Models Yomiko, Tim Powell and Sarah Morrissey at the National Botanic Gardens, Dublin featuring the best of fashion from leading Irish designers featured at Showcase 2015, Ireland’s creative expo and the country’s largest international trade fair, which returns to the RDS this January 18th – 21st. For more information visit www.showcaseireland.com.
Sarah: wearing all clothing by Ekotree
Yomiko: wearing all clothing by Bebhinn Marten,
Tim: wearing Magee trousers, Fisherman Out of Ireland jumper with a Brendan Joseph bow tie
Headpieces by Michael Leong in collaboration with Appasionata Flowers
Picture: Andres Poveda