Emerging from Dublin over 30 years ago, Paul Costelloe has since created one of the most recognisable menswear brands in Ireland and the UK. His design philosophy of youthfulness, classic tailoring and quality become collections of sophisticated elegance with a contemporary edge.
Rooted in the homespun tweeds of Donegal county fairs, Magee clothing has evolved over 150 years. Introducing the distinctive earthy colours inspired by Donegal’s sea and landscape to their weaves, the brand is now synonymous with Irish tweed mens and womenswear.
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.
Orwell & Browne is an Irish heritage brand established in 2014 in South West Donegal. The craft of weaving Donegal tweed is in the family for five generations. Designed and handmade using 100% Irish wool, the range reflects the mossy greens of Ireland's meadows, soft purples of heather, earthy browns from turf, and the rust of autumn leaves.
Husband and wife duo Adam and Laura, with over 12 years barbering experience, and a real love of beards, created the Belfast Beard Company. Sourcing 95% of their ingredients from Ireland, they do everything themselves from infusing the oils to branding the stickers. Everything is tested to meet the highest EU standards and they are 100% natural.
Só Collective takes its name from the Gaelic word só, meaning ‘treat or luxury'.
At Só Collective, designers using the latest creative technologies can be discovered alongside the work of makers who have been honing their skills for decades.
The stage set for the boutique is based on a vision of luxury experience, where raw edges meet refined moments.