Vibrant independent shops, a buzzing creative scene, and a well-tuned sense of design...hello Dublin!
Dublin's fashion is - as one famous fashionista would have it - fierce
That Belfast Girl, who thinks shopping is a sport, shows you her Belfast
Modern jewellers are reworking old designs to create unique contemporary treasures
Irish designers also dressing some of the world’s biggest names
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Our shops and Christmas markets are brimming with unique gift ideas.
If you’re into fashion, graphics, textiles and more then visit the Emerald Isle and experience authentic Irish design for yourself
We know exactly where the antiques are hidden on our Treasure Island
Nothing says winter quite like a Christmas Market and, as festive fever hits the City of the Tribes, the Galway Christmas...
O’Meara’s Garden Pavilion, 6 kilometres from Mullingar (N4). A major plant centre with a home wares, patio and garden...
Clonmel Farmers Market is held weekly in Clonmel,County Tipperary. From 10am-2pm there will be a range of delights at...
True country charm offering the giftware shopper a delightful experience.
Swaying Tree Ceramics is the business of Linda Wharton and is based in County Offaly.
Visit the last remaining Irish Linen weaver – Thomas Ferguson Irish Linen
John Green’s Greens Berry Farm shop on the Courtown Road, Gorey Co Wexford. This small shop in its own private setting...
Based in the heart of Temple Bar, Shotsy's collection of ladies and gents vintage clothing spans 5 decades.
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