- Lifestyle & Sports
- 31 Jul 18
Designer Amie Egan has always had an artistic side, one that was encouraged and cultivated during her childhood in Dublin.
“I’ve always been interested in art, as a child this was the most exciting and fun thing to play at,” Egan says. “Growing up, ‘playtime’ was always about painting and ‘making’ with my sisters. There’s a lot of creativity in my family; a lot of artists and architects. I think my appreciation for design and fashion was a more subconscious growth. I associate clothes with memories. I love making something that has such a close connection with the human body. We all wear clothes and these clothes can enhance our human experience.”
Egan studied at NCAD, and even as a young graduate, her potential was evident – and justly rewarded!