Irish blogger Erika Fox to appear on this weekend’s Ray D’Arcy Show

The Irish influencing industry has been marred by criticism in recent months, but despite the criticism of the industry as a whole, hardworking and authentic bloggers and social media gurus deserve recognition for their cultivated following. 

Erika Fox of Retro Flame is one such blogger, who began her journey in online content creation years before becoming an influencer was a mainstream accolade. 

The Kerry native, whose style hallmarks include a sharp blazer, killer boots and a head of copper waves, has been making fashion and lifestyle content that enthrals her Insta audience of 130k followers. 


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This weekend, Erika will join host Ray D'Arcy on the couch to discuss her work and life in New York as a full time fashion & lifestyle blogger.

Erika runs her blog and YouTube channel full time, with a hand from her sister Kaelin Fox. 

Erika was recently named as one of the Top 10 globally recognised Irish influencers by SERMO, along with names like Suzanne Jackson and Roz Pucell. 


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Joining Erika is  philanthropist and businessman Dr Tom Cavanagh talks to Ray about his efforts to build a more equal Ireland.

Dancing with the Stars judges Loraine Barry, Julian Benson and Brian Redmond will also come together on the night to sit down with Ray.

You can catch the show on RTÉ One at 9.45pm this Saturday 5 January.

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