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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Charlestown Farmers' Market in County Mayo takes place on Thursdays. A wide selection of home-baked breads and cakes,...
Shopping for Irish Design - The Dove Hill Design Centre offers the very best in fashion, homewares, furniture and food,...
Situated on the cliff top in the pretty village of Ardmore, County Waterford, Ardmore Pottery and Gallery sells hand-thrown...
Longford Farmers Market takes place on Fridays in Longford town, County Longford. A selection of fresh local produce,...
Turnip House is a craft workshop and tea room situated in the Mournes AONB.
The Irish Celtic Craftshop is a treasure trove of gifts. A family run business since 1992, this shop has an ideal location...
Slaney Country Market is located in a fine old Georgian House in the centre of Bunclody, County Wexford. They are a...
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