Ireland’s hottest models and celebrities sizzled on the Fifty Shades of Grey red carpet this week.
There for the a private screening of the sexy film hosted by Glossybox, famous fashionistas and fans of the book put their best style foot forward.
Taking place at Movies at Dundrum in Dublin, model of the moment Aoife Walsh was in attendance after her new campaign with Newbridge Silver and Guinness was launched earlier this week.
All that’s silver and gold: Aoife Walsh stunned on the red carpet | BRIAN MCEVOY
The stunning model looked oh-so-stylish at the event wearing a cream coat with gold sequin detailing, leather leggings and strappy black heels.
Delighted about her exciting new campaign, Aoife previously opened up to Goss.ie admitting:
Fellow AR model Roz Purcell was also in attendance heating up the carpet with her stylish outfit.
Glossybox: MD Rachel Kavanagh attended | BRIAN MCEVOY
Wearing the Spring / Summer 70’s trend with ease, the Tipperary native worn a cream long coat, black ribbed polo neck, buttoned denim midi skirt and black knee high boots.
Smouldering in her outfit, the beautiful brunette matched her look with a sleek ponytail and glossy lip.
It’s been a busy week for the model who was making her healthy pancakes this past Pancake Tuesday at Mooch FroYo on Dawson Street.
Rock chick chic: Michele McGrath was also on the red carpet to watch the film | BRIAN MCEVOY
Back from her relaxing break to Powercourts, model-singer Michele McGrath worked her on-trend yellow jumper under her biker leather jacket last night.
Currently working on music with her band Liir, the gorgeous Skerries native has been busy travelling the past few weeks since attending her UFC fighter boyfried Cathal Pendred’s fight in Boston.
Also in attendance was Lisa Duffy – wife of Boyzone member Keith Duffy with her pal Tiffany Mulroy.
No shade: Tiffany Mulroy and Lisa Duffy attend Glossybox private screening | BRIAN MCEVOY
Wearing a few different shades of grey, Lisa Duffy’s appearance comes after her husband Keith announced his departure as patron for Irish Autism Action.
In a statement the charity said Keith has stepped down to “focus on his family and his career.”