The annual ARC Fashion Show will return on Thursday 2 March showcasing some of Ireland’s finest fashion and millinery. The show will be held in the RDS Concert Hall, Dublin, with proceeds going to the ARC’s three Cancer Support Centres which offer free supports to those affected by cancer.

Produced by Eddie Shanahan, the show is the biggest of its kind in Ireland. Hosted by TV presenter Claire Brock, this year’s show will feature 26 designers.

The ARC Angels sequence will feature women - who have experienced cancer - walk the runway modeling hats designed by seven Irish milliners. Fashion designer Ciara Allen will present menswear for the first time and award-winning designer Caoimhe Murphy will end the evening with a collection specifically-made for the show.

CEO of ARC Cancer Support Centres, Dee Grant says, “The ARC Fashion Show, now in its eighth year continues to raise much needed funds since its inception in 2014. With the proceeds raised from the event, ARC can continue to expand its free services.”

Tickets cost €60 and can be purchased via and

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