THE DUBAI Responsibility Free Irish Derby Most Fashionable Girl contest made a return to the Curragh on Saturday after a three-year absence as a result of pandemic.
The competitors was held in affiliation with the Ok-Membership and was judged by broadcaster and impressionist Doireann Garrihy and Limerick’s Olympian and broadcaster Greg O’Shea, together with Breeda McLoughlin, representing sponsor Dubai Responsibility Free, and trend skilled Bairbre Energy.
Doireann Garrihy and Olympian and broadcaster Greg O’Shea. Pic: Aishling Conway
Clare girl Olive Foley beat over 80 different opponents to take The Most Fashionable Girl title with a inventive and vibrant outfit. Olive is the widow of late legendary Irish rugby participant and Munster rugby supervisor Anthony Foley and he or she took the title together with her vibrant Amelia Wixted costume and Joanne Skelly hat.
Doireann Garrihy and Greg O’ Shea with Harry Cowap and Olive Foley. Pic: Aishling Conway
The winner was positively beaming, as she walked away with an incredible vacation of a lifetime at dwelling and overseas courtesy of Dubai Responsibility Free and The Ok Membership successful return flights for 2 to Dubai with 5 superb nights in Dubai Responsibility Free’s personal five-star resort, The Jumeirah Creekside, in addition to €1,000 in spending cash on the award-winning airport retailer.
Again on dwelling soil, the winner and a visitor can even be handled to a two-night keep in an expensive Liffey Suite at The Ok Membership with dinner, spa therapies plus transfers to Dublin Airport for the large Dubai journey.
There was additionally a wonderful prize for Most Fashionable Man which was gained by former Irish mild heavyweight boxing champion Harry Cowap along with his handmade mild blue summer time go well with which gained him a implausible five-star Ok Membership VIP expertise, together with: two nights in a luxurious suite, dinner and a protracted listing of fabulous resort actions together with segway excursions, spa therapies, whiskey tasting, clay-pigeon capturing and a €500 voucher to spend at close by Kildare Village.
Anne-Marie Dunning. Pic: Aishling Conway
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