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Social Shots: Opening of MADE Store and Gallery


By Jeanne Sutton
11th Dec 2015

Martha Lynn at the opening of [ MADE ] Store & Gallery

Social Shots: Opening of MADE Store and Gallery

Martha Lynn at the opening of [ MADE ] Store & Gallery

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If you find yourself in Dublin city centre this weekend – 78% of our readership raises their weary Christmas shopping hands – you would be doing yourself a disservice if you skipped popping into town’s newest boutique. [MADE] Store & Gallery opened this month in the?Powerscourt Townhouse and it truly is a jewel in a very impressive tiara.?[MADE] carries exclusive collections from internationally renowned Irish designers including Danielle Romeril, Sorcha O?Raghallaigh, Natalie B Coleman, and Chupi, amongst others. We had a perusal last night alongside various Irish design mavens and movers, and the Laura Kinsella headpieces really stood out – €95 for velvet headpieces that come in an array of complimentary colours? You’d be letting your future self down if you passed on an opportunity to pick up a future collectors item. The stock isn’t just a winner, the interior archictecture houses experiential art installations from Queens of Neon and Japanese collective, Oh My Garden. It works oh so well.