Trinity Trend: The Bucket Hat

The bucket hat was first worn in Ireland around 1900. Over a century later, legions of Trinity students are keeping its legacy alive.
By Leah Gaynor

In City Assembly House, Ireland’s Best Vintage Vendors

This weekend, escape the commercial grasp of the high street with Fair Lady's Vintage Fair.
By Aoife O Floinn

Trinity Trend: Silk Scarf

Silk scarves have become a fashion-forward statement – a trend that has predictably extended to Trinity.
By Leah Gaynor

Dealing a Blow to the Fast-Fashion Machine With Swap Sisters

On October 23rd, Swap Sisters are running their second Clothes Swap for Sustainable Fashion Lovers event.
By Coco Millar

Meet the New Jeweller On the Block

Jewels and Gems on St Andrew's St offers stunning jewellery at knock-down prices.
By Susie Crawford

Trinity Trend: Flared Jeans

Flared jeans reinvigorate your wardrobe without losing the familiarity and comfort of the trusty trouser.
By Leah Gaynor

In Carousel, a Clothing Line That’s Comfortable – and Kind to the Earth

Betty Corcoran, the brand manager of Carousel on Exchequer St, says she wants her new line to 'complement your personality'.
By Eithne Duffy

A Vintage Pop-Up Market with a Cause

Ellie's Vintage Market is a great chance to swerve fast fashion while raising money for cancer patients at the same time.
By Alannah Murray

In the George, a Fierce – and Fabulous – Market

Dublin's fiercest market returns to the George this Saturday.
By Áine Kennedy

Om Diva Is Clearing the Floor to Irish Designers

Om Diva's summer residency programme is giving Irish designers some much-needed visibility.
By Céire Carey