Annemarie O'Connor - Styling Katie Rogers in new Graphic Novel

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As work on Katie Rogers new Graphic Novel release goes into it's final stages (and believe me, I'm up day and night completing the thing)I showcase one of the people that has helped Katie look fabulous in the STYLE section, which will feature style contributions some very talented people in the world of fashion in the book and on Katie's brand new site. The fabulous Annemarie O'connor returns to show her dab hand in dressing the cartoon bombshell. Annemarie styled Katie Rogers and her assistant in a double page spread in the original book to which she quoted " It's just like dressing my Barbie's all over again." Annmarie O’Connor is a freelance fashion writer, stylist and presenter. Her editorial and styling work appears regularly in The Sunday Times Style, Irish Tatler, Image and The Irish Examiner, along with international publications Elle and Dazed & Confused. She is also editor of the Louis Vuitton City Guide to Dublin 2012. Over the past years she has interviewed the likes of Vivienne Westwood, Matthew Williamson, Manolo Blahnik, Henry Holland and Simone Rocha and reports bi-annually from the catwalks of London and Paris; 2010 saw her international catwalk styling debut for Irish designer Joanne Hynes in Shaghai at Irish Tatler's Designer Showcase and again in 2011 at London Fashion Week. Closer to home she styles regular workshops for luxury department stores Brown Thomas and BT2. She is also a contributor to The Dave Fanning Show, The John Murray Show, The Ryan Tubridy Show, Newstalk, Magic 105.4 (London); TV3’s Xposé, Fashion Music TV, Premier Model Style TV; and was The Afternoon Show’s resident style expert for two years. Her online tome I Blog Fashion has gained cult following and has been featured in Image, The Sunday Business Post's Agenda magazine, The Irish Times, The Irish Independent, The Sunday Independent, The Irish Examiner and Grazia magazine. She has also been featured in Image as one of the up-and-coming faces of Irish fashion (February 2009) and one of Ireland’s 100 Most Inspiring Women (February 2011); with featuring her most recently as one of Ireland's Top 20 Style Stars (May 2012).