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Irish Designers Come Together For Unique Pop-Up Event


by Jennifer McShane
04th Apr 2016
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Nine of Ireland’s leading designers are joining forces to host a unique three-day pop-up sample sale, giving those who love a fashion bargain a chance to nab unique pieces from Irish collections.

Taking part in the event are designers: Manley, Caroline Kilkenny, Mona Swim, Jill De Burca, Theo & George, Electronic Sheep, Edge Only, Maria Dora Raj & Love & Robots and it’s happening in the RSAI in Merrion Square (Dublin 2) from Thursday, April 7th to Saturday, April 9th.

It all kicks off on Thursday this week from 10 am to 9 pm, on Friday from 10 am to 6 pm and finishes on Saturday at 5 pm. This gives fashion enthusiasts the opportunity to nab investment pieces from previous collections at marked down prices. The gathering is also a chance to meet your favourite designer in an informal setting. So, whether you’re an Irish design advocate or curious as to what Irish contemporary design has to offer, this is an event to pop in your calendar.

Refreshments will be available from the Thursday evening, so attendees can stop by for chats, to spend (or splurge) or bring a friend to compete to see who can scoop the most coveted piece.

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