Brand Watch: [MADE] Store & Gallery

Fashioning Business wrote a lovely piece on the [MADE] last week, a beautiful store promoting the beauty of Irish design, in the heart of Dublin. Read the full post below:

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Happy bank holiday Friday one and all!

So this Brand Watch post is going back again to my Irish roots, discussing the wondering [MADE] Store and Gallery which is located on the top floor of Powerscourt Centre in Dublin City.

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Repost from Frivolous Freedoms: Up-And-Coming Beauty/Fashion Blogs You Need to Follow

A great mention from Frivolous Freedoms last week! Thanks so much FF, pity you couldn’t include your own fabulous blog in the post!

Frivolous Freedoms

Because we all want to be able to say we knew them before they were famous…

***Some of these are already fairly established bloggers but it’s worth making sure you’re following them so you don’t miss anything!

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  1. Urban Revival
  2. Fashioning Business
  3. Thanks Hun Penney
  4. Glammeetsgirl

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  1. Seasons of Lifestyle, Fashion & Beauty
  2. Beccap Beauty
  3. Ann-Marie Carey Make Up

Any other great fashion or beauty blogs I need to go follow?

XO

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Fresh Cuts – A Fresh Approach to Fashion

So an occurring theme throughout this blog seems to be me strolling around Dublin city and stumbling upon little gems. This can either mean two things:

  1. I can successfully waste my own time and tell myself I’m being somewhat productive (which should actually be considered a skill if you ask me).
  2. Dublin really is full of some underrated wonders (and as a Cork woman, this may be the biggest endorsement Dublin will ever receive – in my lowly humble opinion of course!)

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George’s Street Arcade – “A Scene of Simple Pleasure and Quiet”

So since moving to Dublin, George’s Street Arcade has been one of my favourite places to
visit in the city centre. I’m often found strolling between the arcade and many of the fantastic coffee shops in the area, taking in the beautiful red-brick buildings, trying very hard not to appear like a total blow-in, and failing miserably no doubt!

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An Interview with Fashion and Lifestyle Blogger Zoë Palmer

I’ve been lucky enough to be able to interview Zoë Palmer, a glam style-icon, who has recently taken the brave step to begin her own fashion and lifestyle blog, and is definitely one to watch!

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Chupi Event: The Beginning of a Love Affair

During the week, one of my friends in college mentioned the Chupi Event that was happening yesterday and being the lovely lady that she is, invited me to tag along. So off we set yesterday afternoon, leaving leaving behind the books and the team meetings and found ourselves in The Powerscourt Townhouse, South William Street in Dublin City. Continue reading “Chupi Event: The Beginning of a Love Affair”

Eco-Gorgeous

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Mamukko is a store in Kinsale, Co. Cork which is run by two Hungarian brothers, Levente & Attila Magyar. Levente and Attila specialise in upcycling, having learned their skills from generations before them. Upcycling is the process of Continue reading “Eco-Gorgeous”

While the Sun Shines in Dublin’s Fair City

So as promised, as part of Urban Revival’s Feature piece  on markets around Dublin, I set off exploring again this week.

After meeting my two lovely sisters for a Sunday morning coffee and catch-up in the city centre, I set off towards The Point Village by the 3Arena to my first ever car-boot’s sale. I must say I was so excited to see if what I would find would be anything like those day-time TV car-boot sales I would invariably find myself watching in BBC during my school summer holidays. Continue reading “While the Sun Shines in Dublin’s Fair City”