More than half a million Canadians will see images of Northern Ireland later this year courtesy of Chatelaine – the number one lifestyle magazine in Canada.
Invited to Northern Ireland by Tourism Ireland in Toronto, the magazine crew, including two models, undertook two different fashion photoshoots during their time here. The resulting pictures will appear in the autumn and winter 2014 editions of the popular magazine, which has a circulation of almost 540,000 readers.
One story will feature locations along the Causeway Coast, including the Giant’s Causeway, the Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge, Mussenden Temple and Dunluce Castle. The other story will feature the grounds and gardens of Glenarm Castle. The itinerary for the Chatelaine team was devised by the Northern Ireland Tourist Board.
Chatelaine will also showcase the visit in the magazine’s travel pages, highlighting some of the many things to do and see in Northern Ireland.
Jayne Shackleford, Tourism Ireland’s manager for Canada, said: “We are delighted that Chatelaine chose Northern Ireland as the location for not just one, but two, fashion shoots. Both articles will highlight our beautiful scenery and our wonderful castles and gardens.”