The Northern Ireland-based designer said she was “respecting” herself when Dairy Girls star Jamie Lee O’Donnell decided to wear one of her designs at the premiere last week.
AMACH streetwear owner Liam McDaid said he was “really humbled” by the way the Derry actor had achieved success.
Tonight, ahead of Channel 4’s third and final comedy series, several stars descended on the red carpet in Derry last week (April 7) to celebrate the end of the season.
The first episode special premiere, hosted by Channel 4 and NI Screen, saw a crowd at the Omniplex Cinemas to watch Derry’s royalties.
After the show party, the cast members posed for photos with fans outside the venue.
Writer and creator Lisa McGee, joined by Derry Sawers-Monica Jackson and Jamie-Lee O’Donnell, plays Erin and Michelle, everyone’s favorite grandfather Ian McLean, the hero art played by Father Peter and directed by Michael Lennox.
On a social media post, Liam said the dress Jimmy Lee wore was inspired by the city’s Awakening culture and the role it played in the peace process here.
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He said, “I’m so glad Jamie Lee called me that day and told me he wanted to wear AMACH to the Derry Girls premiere and final concert.
“I was truly honored how significant his success was. Wear a piece from an upcoming collection called Cheerful Love, which describes the birth of rave culture to this day and celebrates our heroes in this space as Celtronic. The glorious Jika Jika!”
“For me, the explosion of rural culture played an important role in the peace process here, and in general, it was a spectacle that brought together people of all backgrounds and classes.
“He is the ultimate peacemaker and has found the impact of the scene even before our family on a personal level, and we are all forever grateful to him.”