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Former fashion stylist for TV3 and fashion blogger for The Irish Times, Rosemary MacCabe is able to speak on a wide variety of topics regarding the everyday matters of modern times. From fashion to travel, to health and education, Rosemary is an expert in current trends.
Within the last five years, Rosemary MacCabe has created quite a name for herself in the business of trends. Having started out as a freelance blogger, Rosemary quickly ended up writing features for a variety of publications including Irish Country Magazine, Irish Tatler, IMAGE Magazine, The Irish Times and frillseeker.ie. The topics she covered included fashion, travel, social media, general people features, health, relationships and education – topics that she is also able to speak on.
In January 2010, while working as a freelance writer, one of Rosemary’s accomplishments included successfully pitching an idea for an online fashion blog to The Irish Times, in which she ended up covering fashion news and events and stylish steals.
In addition to the online blog, Rosemary wrote a weekly fashion and shopping column in the print edition of The Irish Times for a few years. What began as a single-column feature ended up filling the whole page and focused on a range of topics, from high fashion to high street, stilettoes to suncreams.
Until 2014, Rosemary regularly appeared on TV3’s Xposé programme styling fashion features for clients including Penneys, Debenhams, Marks & Spencer, Elaine Curtis, Saint Bustier and House of Fraser. A charismatic and naturally talented contributor to TV, Rosemary is also a confident and skilled speaker.
Following her course as a TV-stylist, Rosemary landed the job as a web and launch editor of dreamwedding,com, an innovative wedding-focused website planning, writing and scheduling all editorial content, ranging from editorial features to interviews and wedding galleries, thus making her an expert speaker on weddings as well.
Furthermore, Rosemary knows her fair share about the administration of social media, as she was in charge of overseeing the Dreamwedding Twitter account. During her three months as an administrator, the amount of Twitter followers increased by 500%.
In her current role as a deputy editor of Stellar and Kiss Magazine, Rosemary’s responsibilities and tasks are many and varied. Along with the rest of the STELLAR team, she contributes ideas for the editorial direction of the magazine, devise new ways of reaching out to and increasing their social media audience and liaise with freelance writers, PR companies and brands to create, organise and produce well-written and well-illustrated content for the magazine, both in print and online.
Rosemary contributes to STELLAR’s social media channels, specifically Twitter, Instagram and she is single-handedly responsible for their Snapchat channel.
Moreover, Rosemary has been the functioning editor of Creative HEAD Ireland since 2014, and is responsible for writing all content for the print edition of the magazine, a trade-only publication that is distributed to more than 3,200 salons in the Republic of Ireland, and published six times a year.
She communicates with PR companies, salon owners, hair stylists and a media production team in the UK to produce a high-end, glossy magazine for the hair industry in Ireland.
Rosemary singlehandedly comes up with feature ideas and write all of the content for CHI, sourcing and selecting the best content across fashion, business and profile stories.
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