Paula Rowan

For almost two decades Dublin based designer Paula Rowan has devoted her career to luxury leather goods. Using only the finest of
leathers and traditional glovemaking techniques, her attention to detail and commitment to quality is at the forefront of her

Fiona Mangan

Galway-based milliner Fiona Mangan’s innovative Ready-to-Wear and Couture collections feature classic headpieces with bold character. Using bright colour blocking, lace, beading and statement spiralling, Fiona creates a strong, feminine aesthetic.

Isle Jewellery

Sisters Geraldine and Helen Kane create clean lines and graphic shapes in silver and gold. Based between Belfast and Tokyo, their collections are a fusion of Irish storytelling and Japanese-inspired aesthetics. The themes within the collections reflect Ireland’s natural beauty and tradition of storytelling while the pared-back, simple aesthetic is influenced Japanese appreciation of simplicity
within design and respect for quality materials and craftsmanship. Each piece is handmade in Ireland and beautifully presented in high quality Japanese packaging.

Pauric Sweeney

Donegal born Pauric Sweeney's background in architecture is seen in the clean lines of his luxury handbag collections. His designs are further defined by bold colours and metallics, Italian leather and textured surfaces.

Maria Dorai-Raj

Maria Dorai-Raj is a contemporary jeweller producing gold and silver sculptural designs from her studio in Cork, Ireland. Originally trained in ceramics and design, Maria honed her skills as a goldsmith in the Alchimia School in Florence. Her eclectic Irish-Indian heritage is reflected in modern design fused with traditional craftsmanship.


Mr. Jenks specialises in 100 per cent silk and linen rolled hemmed pocket squares in classic, elegant and modern patterns and colours. Offering a carefully curated selection, they hope to reintroduce the pocket square to the wardrobe of today’s gentleman.

Natasha Sherling

A Gemological Institute of America (GIA) trained gemologist based in Dublin, Natasha’s designs begin with the individually selected precious gems she sources on her travels. Chosen by colour vividness and quality, the individual character of each gemstone is considered when creating every piece. Natasha uses solid gold and sterling silver in her metal work.

Laura Kinsella

Milliner Laura Kinsella creates striking angular, abstract hats, headpieces and accessories in her Dublin studio. Since embarking in 2013 the label has won Breakthrough Designer of the Year 2014 and in 2015 was chosen to exhibit at London Fashion Week.

Liam Fahy

Women’s footwear designer Liam Fahy uses the finest Italian tanneries to realise his distinct style and each shoe bears his nickel sole signature. Liam’s diverse design experience and unusual conceptual vision as won the praise of Manolo Blahnik and the British Fashion Council’s NewGen Award.

Martha Lynn Millinery

Dublin based milliner Martha Lynn creates striking, handmade headwear while adhering to traditional elements of the craft. Trained in London by Philip Treacy and Stephen Jones, Martha’s designs use both bold, graphic patterns and ethereal, feminine forms and palettes.

Martina Hamilton

Martina Hamilton creates unique handmade jewellery collections with her small team of goldsmiths in Sligo. The landscape and ancient heritage of the Sligo region inspire her designs and collections, such as ‘oyster pearl’ and ‘shore’. Martina won Design & Crafts Council of Ireland Best New Jewellery Product Award 2015.

McKernan Scarves

Eugene and Anke McKernan weave scarves on 19th century Hattersley looms in their County Clare workshop, This bygone technique leaves a woven selvedge on each scarf and reflects their values of sustainable quality and design.

Melissa Curry

Melissa’s jewellery career debuted when chosen by Liberty of London to spearhead their global Millennium jewellery campaign. Influenced by world events as well as personal and cultural history, her jewellery embodies timeless elegance and a distinct playful mix of texture and colour.

Scribble and Stone

Jewellery label Scribble & Stone by designer Jenny Kiernan offers wearable costume pieces and precious metals. Contrast is a key theme; draping soft textiles with hard geometric lines and mixing textures such as leather, metal, gemstones, Italian cut glass, rubber and laser cut perspex.


Ronan Hanna refreshes his family tradition in Donegal tweed with Hata. Using locally spun luxury mohair and merino wool, Hata designs custom woven tweed. These earthy coloured weaves are then handcrafted to produce honest tweed hats with a contemporary character.


Eager to create an Irish handmade collection of children’s clothes and accessories, Lucy Clarke found local craftspeople to produce her designs. Using materials like Donegal tweed, crisp Irish linen, alpaca wool and the finest merino, Elks designs reflect Irish cultural history and landscapes.

Inner Island

Inner Island is a collection of refined jewellery creations by Cork-born jeweller Gemma O’Leary. Graphic shapes and warbled textures give nuance to her simple designs. Gemma uses sterling silver or heavily plated 18 carat gold, accented with ethically sourced black diamonds.

The Little Yarn Company

Taking inspiration from the rugged beauty and ever-evolving landscapes of the Aran Islands, The Little Yarn Company creates Aran knits for kids with a contemporary twist. Jumpers and socks, hats and cardigans are all knitted using authentic Aran stitches but restyled, reworked and reinvigorated to make them comfy and cosy for little folk who love to take on big adventures.

Edge Only

Edge Only is luxury jewellery with an edge. Founded by former Irish radio DJ Jenny Huston, Edge Only is for people that care about the jeans and trainers they wear as much as the suit they wear to work. Made from solid gold and sterling silver, these highly finished designs are created for men and women to reflect individual style and personality. A commitment to ethical luxury and quality craftsmanship means all of Edge Only’s production is done in Ireland with care.