Irish fashion designer creates Cadbury Creme Egg clothes in exciting collaboration

Cadbury Creme Egg X Aoife McNamara

Irish fashion designer Aoife McNamara has teamed up with Cadbury Creme Egg for an exciting new collaboration.

Inspired by their “How Don’t You Eat Yours” contest, Aoife created three outfits designed to make it impossible to eat a Cadbury Creme Egg.

The contest started in December and will run until April 17.

He sees a limited number of half-milk, half-white chocolate creme eggs hidden away at major retailers across the country.

The specific locations are kept so secret that even Cadbury doesn’t know where they are.

If you’re lucky enough to find one of the winning Cadbury Creme half and half eggs, here’s what you’ll need to do:

  • Step 1. Unwrap a creme egg to see if you have a half and half egg.
  • 2nd step. If you have a winning egg, resist the urge to take a bite.
  • Step 3. Call the phone number (during office hours only) that is printed on the ticket under the winning egg sheet to find out how to claim your prize. Keep this ticket because you will be asked to validate your claim.
  • Step 4: When you call, you will be asked to answer a series of verification questions, including the unique code on the ticket, the retailer it was purchased from, and the date and place of purchase.

In line with the competition, the confectionery company brought in Irish fashion designer Aoife McNamara.

They entrusted him with the task of creating an exclusive range designed to make it impossible to put a Cadbury Creme Egg in your mouth.

And she absolutely killed him!

Aoife handcrafted a striking set of three looks, all featuring an eye-catching Cadbury Creme Egg color scheme.

One outfit features a striking top made of metal boning sleeves, another features a face covering, and another features thumbless mitts.

All of this prevents the wearer from re-entering their winning Cadbury Creme egg.

Aoife said of her designs, “Sustainability was at the forefront of my design process when starting this project.”

“All production was 100% Irish made, including Irish wool from a local woolen mill John Hanley’s where it was woven and finished.”

“My inspiration behind these pieces came from the colors of a Cadbury Creme Egg.”

“Bright colors like Cadbury purple inject fun and are represented in every look.”

“Design elements such as the puff sleeves were taken from the round Custard Egg shape, and the iconic Custard Egg splatter was incorporated into the giant bow.”

For more information, join the conversation on Instagram @CadburyIreland.

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