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Prowlster Launch


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23rd May 2013
Prowlster Launch

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The coolest launch we’ve attended in quite some while took place in The Little Green’s bar and gallery, as the Prowlster girls took over the kitsch club for an evening of cool creatives amidst the site’s exciting relaunch. The shiny new site was projected on the walls as a dj spun out the records downstairs, while upstairs a display of The Prowlster’s fares (including beautiful jewellery pieces by De Loup, Pretty Owls Drink Tea and photographer Chloe Keogan’s works) were the talk of the crowd. We nibbled on Prowlster cupcakes and jelly bags, sipped prosecco and toasted the launch of a truly inspiring Irish site. We left with a list of pieces to buy and a whole new set of cool-kid friends?