Shopping in Dublin

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Shopping in Dublin

The winding streets of Dublin are overflowing with cool shopping haunts. Just a short stroll from the Wilder Townhouse to Grafton Street and St. Stephens Green you will find all the big labels and luxury brands. Surrounding Grafton Street is a hub of boutiques, design stalls, independent shops and markets.

Our recommendations on the best shopping spots and hidden gems


Brown Thomas

This flagship landmark on Grafton Street, at the heart of the Dublin’s shopping district is home to a wide range of designer brands - in menswear, womenswear, accessories, beauty and homewares.


Famed for its Irish clothing, soft furnishings, gifts, homeware and food. The Suffolk Street branch is located at the end of Grafton Street. Packed full with all sorts of hand made products with a modern country aesthetic. Their range of products extends to candles, soaps, bohemian-tinged clothing – and some signature eye-catching blankets, ideal take home gifts.

Georges Street Arcade

Located in an impressive Victorian building is one of Europe’s oldest city markets. inside this city-centre arcade is a host of independent boutique shops and stalls where you can find collectables, jewellery and all things vintage.

Cow’s Lane

In the heart of Temple Bar’s cultural quarter are many stores run by a group of independent artists. Cow’s Lane Designer Studio, Indigo & Cloth are just some of the unique stores where you can buy a one of a kind.

Powerscourt Centre

This Georgian townhouse-turned-quirky shopping mall is lined with an array of high-end boutiques, specialising in everything from plants to pendants. In the atrium, you’ll find three levels of stores for sophisticated homeware and minimalist jewellery. On the top floor, Atrium showcases an ever-changing mix of Irish and international sustainable designers. It’s also home to Chupi, a much-revered handmade jewellery brand.

Drury Street

Parallel to Grafton Street, you’ll find a cluster of independent shops packed with high-quality products you’d be hard-pressed to find elsewhere. Drury Street is home to Om Diva, your first stop for contemporary Irish design and vintage fashion for women, and Industry & Co, which sells plush homeware and furniture. Its nextdoor neighbour, Irish Design Shop, is also decent for gifts, and Carousel, on the corner, is where to find cute dresses and accessories. Don’t miss Jenny Vander, a glamorous vintage clothing store, and Fresh Cuts if you’re into your ethical fashion.

Kilkenny Irish Design

Kilkenny Shop has been at the forefront of promoting the finest Irish craft and design for over 50 years and is home to Ireland’s largest collection of Irish designers. From fashion, knitwear and accessories, to handmade jewellery, Waterford crystal, art, hand-thrown pottery and a wide range of gifts, you can be sure to find some wonderfully designed Irish products

The Design Tower

Home to a vibrant community of award-winning designers, artists and craftspeople. The seven-storey Design Tower is alive with talented goldsmiths, jewellery designers, ceramics artists, sculptors, painters, textile conservationists, paper-conservationists, gallery spaces, a delightful café and more.

Shopping in Dublin

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