Pippa O'Connor has explained why she's no longer doing her Fashion Factories
Pippa O'Connor has become a successful business woman and is a busy mum but has always been known for her style.
The influencer has been bringing women together for a stylish day out at her Fashion Factories for over four years.
The events have grown in size and success over the years but Pippa has announced that her most recent one was her last.
The mum-of-two said this week it's time to focus other projects.
"I am a believer in leaving things on a high and leaving things before they leave you," she told Georgie Crawford on her podcast The Good Glow.
"I'm not saying that I'm not doing anything like that again but I think things need to be revamped and rejigged and just made bigger and better.
"I have the urge now to do something else and something different."
Over 800 people attended the final weekend of the event in Limerick recently, Pippa continued, but she said that she didn't want to rest on her laurels.
"I don't believe in dragging the arse out of something or I don't believe in doing something because you think 'I need to do that now to make money'.
"You have to be really into it and the Fashion Factory is so time-consuming and takes so much energy and passion to do it.
"I loved doing it but now I'm like, OK now I want to do something different and I want it be really excited about something else again."
Pippa also revealed that she did her very first Fashion Factory just weeks after her mother passed away suddenly.
She admitted that she considered cancelling the event as she came to terms with the loss but went ahead with it on the advice of those close to her.
"I feel like all those people who came that day, I should give them their money back because they helped me!"