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Gardaí are seeking the public's assistance in locating the whereabouts of Michael McDonagh.

The 15-year-old is has been missing from Newbridge, Co. Kildare since September 2nd. Michael was last seen around 5:00pm that Sunday.

The missing teenager is 5'10" in height and has brown hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing grey track suit pants, a black hoodie and black runners. 

Michael is known to spend a lot of his time in  Kilkenny and Carlow as well, so please keep an extra eye out in those areas as well.

Anyone with any information about Michael's whereabouts is asked to contact Gardaí in Newbridge at 045-44-0180, the Garda Confidential line 1-800-666-111 or any Garda Station.

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Vintage lovers will have to steady themselves with the news that Newbridge Silverware’s Museum of Style Icons (MOSI) will host one of the most significant exhibitions of Marilyn Monroe memorabilia in the world from Saturday 25th June – Monday 25th July 2016.

The collection will feature film costumes, personal gowns, jewellery, never before seen letters and photographs belonging to the screen icon and is a rare opportunity for the general public to view this prolific collection before it goes under the hammer in LA in November. Newbridge is the last European stop before this exhibition goes to the US on tour. 

This collection also includes tangible items left behind to mark simple and remarkable moments in Marilyn’s life and career, from a taxi receipts to cheques, household items, books, beauty products and tax documents listing the star’s expenditures in great detail. 

“We are honoured to welcome this unbelievable exhibition to the Museum of Style Icons,” said William Doyle, CEO, Newbridge Silverware.

“This will be the most noteworthy collections of Marilyn Monroe memorabilia in the world and is a must-see for not only Monroe fans but anyone who is a fan of the golden era of Hollywood. The collection comprises some of her most famous garments as well as personal letters and photographs and provides a fascinating insight into the woman.”

A one-hour guided tour is available of The Museum of Style Icons, which will include the Marilyn Monroe Exhibition.  Book now at www.newbridgesilverware.com or call 045 431301. The cost is €5 per person, and the proceeds go towards the conservation of the museum collection.  The Museum of Style Icons is free to enter and open seven days a week. 

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Along with pretty much everyone else in the country, we were oh-so in awe when the world's leading supermodel (don't let Gisele tell you different) landed in Dublin last week.

Yup, Ms Naomi Campbell is now the brand-new face of Newbridge Silver – and she's going to be hanging 'round these parts a lot more too: the 45-year-old Londoner has a signed a two-year deal to front the brand.

This morning, a gorgeous behind-the-scenes video was also released by the Irish accessories giant… and suffice-to-say it has us on a major fashion high.

In the minute-long clip, Ms Campbell can be seen donning a load of fabulous Newbridge pieces – not to mention an oh-so-cool hard metal bodysuit (only Naomi could pull it off, frankly).

The resulting snaps – which will be used as part of the brand's forthcoming Little Blue Box campaign – haven't been released just yet, but if the sneak-peak, on-location footage is anything to go by, we're already VERY excited to get a glimpse of them. 

Meanwhile, Naomi this week caused a social-media storm when she shared a topless snap on Instagram – a platform on which she boasts some 2million followers – as well as on Twitter.

The model, who has been in Manhattan working during New York Fashion Week, was getting behind the gender equality #freethenipple campaign – and her photo lasted an impressive 22hours before being removed by Instagram officials.

Thankfully, however, the image remains on her Twitter account.  

 

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She was unveiled this afternoon as the new face of Newbridge Silver

And now official snaps of Naomi Campbell taken in the Merrion hotel in Dublin's city centre have been unveiled – and let's just say that they're totally gorgeous!

For the event, the 45-year-old supermodel had worn a €4,250 black, wrap-effect leather dress by Alexander McQueen, teaming the number with purple suede shoes and – of course – Newbridge accessories. 

Over the next two years, Ms Campbell will front campaigns for the Irish jewellery company, kicking off with the Little Blue Box drive.

She'll also be launching an as-yet still under wraps project next month. And in a personal capacity the Londoner she's looking forward to visiting the famed Newbridge Silverware Museum Of Style Icons.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Rozanna Purcell’s new video campaign for Newbridge Silverware has been banned by the Advertising Standards Authority of Ireland (ASA) who said the video was "exploitative of sexuality".

The video, which was aimed to attract a younger generation to the Irish brand, was styled by Irish stylist, Courtney Smith.

Courtney took to her Instagram page to voice her disgust at the decision to ban the advert: “I’m shocked that at this day in age Ireland can still be so backwards. This incredible shoot I did for a new younger Newbridge collection called EShe was in the press today after being complained about to the ASA for being too overtly sexy! The shoot was actually inspired by Cuban dancers from the 1930s and 40s… It is meant to be sensual and evocative. The jewellery is still the main focus and I think it’s incredibly beautiful and can’t imagine how it would make people feel uncomfortable.”

Well it’s certainly not Amy Huberman setting a table but we think it looks gorgeous; Rozanna is stunning as always and we NEED that necklace!

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