WATCH: Ploughing organisers maintain popular aspect as Fashion Show goes virtual

    With no Ploughing Championships on this year, the hugely popular fashion show had to go virtual.

    Thousands of people would have attended the fashion show over the three days but with large-scale events not a runner this year, the National Ploughing Association introduced a number of virtual elements on this occasion.

    One such outelt to participate was Fifty Seven Boutique and Gift Emporium, who have been taking part in the fashion shows since 2013.

    With outlets in Durrow and Athy, they filmed their fashion show in the upstairs unit of Manley’s Menswear in Athy with the show featuring former Rose of Tralee Clare Kambamettu from Athy, Senator Fiona O’Loughlin and Clare Bradbury, owner of the renowned Bradbury’s restaurant in the town.

    The fashion show also featured Manley’s Menswear. Videography was by Mikey Aldridge.

    You can check it out in full here.

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