Little Mix Wear Ardfert Man’s Designs In New Music Video

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Little Mix wearing Colin Horgan’s designs in their new video ‘Confetti’.

A LOCAL fashion designer has worked with international pop stars on their new music video which went online today.

Colin Horgan from Ardfert has already had his designs worn by celebrities such as Chaelin CL, Brooke Candy, Dua Lipa, Lady Gaga, Tierra Whack, Ashnikko, Ava Max and more, but in late March, he received a special request to work with Little Mix ahead of their first music video as a trio.

The music video – ‘Confetti’ which features U.S. Rap Star ‘Saweetie’ which the music video dropped earlier today.

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“I’ve been a fan of Little Mix for years and their team have been extremely supportive. They have been following my work since I graduated from RCA (Royal College Of Art). We’ve tried last year to make something happen and I know in particular Perrie likes my trousers but I think with lockdown the timing wasn’t right,” said Colin.

“Since Perrie wore my outfit a few years ago I’ve always felt like their music and fanbase really connects well with my clothing and when it was for Leigh-Anne Pinnock I got very excited about this project.”

Little Mix’s styling team sent an exclusive courier from Dublin to Kerry to pick up the outfit, which was immediately flown out of Dublin Airport and then driven directly to the video set.

“Zack, Jamie and Thomas who are the style team are very supportive of me and what I do, and I’m sure this isn’t the last time Little Mix will be wearing me – not bad for a Kerryman!” added Colin.

Little Mix wearing Colin Horgan’s designs in their new video ‘Confetti’.

Colin graduated from MA Fashion Womenswear programme at the Royal College of Art in 2017 where he closed the show with his visually stimulating collection ‘Brisk’. He completed his BA in Fashion Design from Limerick School of Art & Design in 2014.

In 2020, he relocated back to Kerry during COVID-19 to set up his manufacturing in Ireland, in particular where he grew up in Ardfert, just a short distance outside Tralee.

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