From diamonds that won’t cost the earth to new athleisure collections, here’s what’s new in Irish fashion …
Dublin-based label FeeG has dropped its second sustainable collaboration with athleisure label Day. It’s a collection of sweatshirts and hoodies that feature bold colour and striking embellishment: see the Je t’aime jumper in grey, €99, that boasts flashes of neon green. Wear it to the gym, out for coffee, or pair it with a floaty skirt and Birkenstocks for a jaunt around town. www.fee-g.com.
At Irish jeweller Chupi, the brand has taken its first foray into eco-friendly lab-grown diamonds (diamonds that are made above ground, rather than below, that mirror a mined stone both visually and molecularly). See them in action in the Hope and Magic diamond earrings, €990 – a pair of 14 karat gold huggie earrings with a discreet diamond charm. Wear them solo for a classic look, or pair them with other earrings for your very own ‘ear party’. www.chupi.com.
There’s nothing better than when beloved coffee spots create merch, especially when it reflects our love of the sea. The You, Me & The Sea jumper, €48 by Shell’s Cafe – the neighbourhood spot in Strandhill with a cult following – is a collaboration with maker Charlotte Love. Hand-dyed in pink, sunset tones the limited edition jumper is, as owner Jane Lamberth puts it, “a celebration of feminine energy” that speaks to the freedom, peace and calm of the water. www.shellscafe.com.
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