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Ireland has always been renowned for its crafts, and there are plenty of places around town to stock up on artisanal pieces. It’s no longer the marke... Read More

Ireland has always been renowned for its crafts, and there are plenty of places around town to stock up on artisanal pieces. It’s no longer the marketplace of just tweed and Aran knits—look out for modern jewelry, handwoven scarves, and up-and-coming designers. If your visit coincides with the Dublin Flea Market, you’re in luck. It’s usually held on the last Sunday of the month near the Teeling Distillery, and the stalls are stocked with quirky and unusual finds.

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  • Avoca

    What started almost three centuries ago as a humble weaving shop (in the Wicklow village of the same name) is now a retail empire. The flagship store,... Read More

  • Brown Thomas

    The most elegant of Dublin’s department stores, Brown Thomas stocks designer apparel from around the world (with a smattering of Irish pieces, too). It... Read More

  • Cocoa Atelier

    Those with a fondness for chocolate will find themselves helplessly drawn to Cocoa Atelier. The storefront window is always adorned with some form of... Read More

  • Costume

    Open for almost 20 years, Costume has long been the prime spot in Dublin for premium designer fashion. The collection is carefully curated, with... Read More

  • Industry & Co

    Part café, part lifestyle store, Industry & Co is a hipster’s haven in the Creative Quarter of the city. There’s an emphasis on homewares, with... Read More

  • Irish Design Shop

    A tiny store on Drury Street, the Irish Design Shop stocks a stellar mix of modern pieces designed and made in Ireland. Stock rotates with fair... Read More

  • Oolong Flower Power

    If there’s one thing appreciated and adored in Ireland, it’s a lovely cup of tea. A break for a “cuppa” punctuates almost everyone’s working day, and at... Read More

  • Parfumarija

    There are a number of chic boutiques in the Westbury Mall, but Parfumarija is one of the finest. Marija Aslimoska, the founder of the store, has... Read More

  • Powerscourt Centre

    This magnificent 1774 Georgian townhouse (which lingered in a semi-ruined state for years before it was transformed in 1981) is one of Dublin’s most... Read More

  • Ulysses Rare Bookshop

    Ireland is synonymous with countless literary heroes—James Joyce, W.B. Yeats, and Oscar Wilde, to name but a few—and the Ulysses Rare Bookshop feels... Read More

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