Newbridge Silverware, in collaboration with the Embassy of Malaysia in Dublin, hosted an exclusive cultural event ‘Come Together In Style’ during the week.
The event celebrated the rich diversity and heritage of Ireland’s Asian community and was attended by distinguished guests, including Chargé d’affaires a.i Ms. Nadzira Abd Razak, Embassy of Malaysia, Dublin; Philippine Consulate, Consular Officer Leah Fe Liong; Mayor of Kildare Cllr.Daragh Fitzpatrick; Emma Early Murphy, Network Ireland National President; Senator Fiona O’Loughlin; Yui & Sakura Shimazu Murray, Asia Matters; Kildare Chinese Cultural Association, Kildare County Council and industry partners.
Guests enjoyed a guided factory tour, witnessing the craftsmanship that has remained virtually unchanged since Newbridge Silverware’s inception in 1934. They then toured the Museum of Style Icons, which houses fashion\collections and artefacts that once belonged to some of the greatest style icons of modern times, such as Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe, Princess Grace, Princess Diana, the Beatles, and many more.
A special curated four-course dinner was served in The Drawing Room, followed by best dressed awards in traditional costume. The evening concluded on a high note with a mesmerizing performance of live harp music and singing by talented artist Mary Kelly.
The event was a resounding success, and Newbridge Silverware is proud to have played a role in celebrating the culture and heritage of Ireland and the Asian community.
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