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The summer of 2019 has started with downpours of rain. But with hopes of some sunshine, it hasn’t put a stop to the fun at Powerscourt Centre. This summer, there’s plenty to do at Powerscourt Centre, whether you’re a fashion fan or a foodie.

What’s there to love?

Fashion fanatics can avail of an array of options, as The Townhouse boasts over 40 fashion favourites. Including international retailers, Irish made designs, exclusive vintage stores and many more to choose from. It’s the perfect place for a spot of shopping.

Powerscourt is already heralded for housing some of Dublin’s top hot spots for savvy drinkers. Long summer evenings and Powerscourt are always a winning combination. Farrier & Draper is a favourite for those who enjoyed delectable summer-themed cocktails. Whilst Pygmalion is best known for their outdoor area to (hopefully) enjoy the summer sunshine.

Enjoy Summer at Powerscourt Centre

For delicious meals on a summer’s day, The Townhouse hosts a selection of cafés and restaurants for all to enjoy. Whether it’s a delicious lunch in The Pepper Pot or candlelit dinner in La Cucina you are after, The Powerscourt Centre has you covered.

Enjoy Summer at Powerscourt Townhouse

As well as fashion, food and design, the Powerscourt Centre also displays one of Ireland’s leading contemporary art galleries, SO Fine Art Editions. Presenting exciting and dynamic original fine art prints, paintings, sculpture, ceramics, glass and photography by established and emerging Irish and international artists. Plus, one of the latest additions to the centre promises a season of fun. Adventure Trails is the go-to place if you’re looking for something a little different this summer. The experts of summer adventures. They’re on hand to help whether it’s a food or whiskey trail you’re after or a simple tour of Dublin City.

Make the most of summertime in Dublin by availing of everything the Powerscourt Townhouse Centre has to offer. Located in the heart of the City, with over 40 shops and restaurants filled with the very best in fashion, food, beauty, design, arts and nightlife. The Powerscourt Townhouse really is a Centre like no other.

Skulpt is known for bringing a range of independent exclusive brands that marry luxury athletic and streetwear without compromising style. Performance and luxe pieces that provide both functional elegance & versatile poise beyond the gym. Tara Cooke, the brains behind Skulpt, spoke to The Sunday Business Post about how Sculpt came to Ireland.

Tara spoke of how she set up the athleisure venture in Dublin in 2014 after she returned to Ireland from where she spent time in the USA. After noticing how far sportswear has come in the States, Tara noticed a gap in the Irish market for sportswear with a fashionable take. Skulpt was initially set up online, initially importing US brands to Ireland. Coming up against the challenge of US labels not wanting to export to Ireland, Tara then offered to collect the stock and take care of shipments herself.

Skulpt Fashion Ireland

Skulpt now stocks up to 30 brands both online and in the store in Powerscourt Centre, with the majority of brands from America, such as Vimmia who specialise in high-res maternity and compression leggings for women. Skulpt is the exclusive stockist in Europe of certain brands, such as Frank& Eileen.

Shop Skulpt fashion on the Ground Floor in Powerscourt Centre.

Jane Shortall runs a series of fitness classes called ‘Confidance’ which burns fat, tones muscles and increases brain function, concentration and releases endorphins. Whether you are a newcomer or a seasoned veteran in fitness classes, your workout wardrobe can provide the motivation you need to get moving. Pictured in The Irish Times above are the Onzie High Rise Floral Leggings from Skulpt. Skulpt has a range of independent exclusive luxury athletic and streetwear brands that do not compromise on style. Performance and luxe pieces that provide both functional elegance & versatile poise beyond the gym.

Chupi shines in a new advertising campaign in Dublin airport to showcase the latest collection. The campaign was created in collaboration with Facebook for their Made by Love event.

The latest collection was also featured in VIP magazine. The Chupi launch for the A/W Collection at Atrium began with gin cocktails created with Fever-Tree tonic, Hendricks gin, and astrology-themed desserts. Press and influencers arrived in Atrium to celebrate the beloved jewellery brand and the ‘Stars in the Sky’ Collection that would make the perfect gift this Christmas.

Chupi is stocked in Atrium on the top floor of Powerscourt Townhouse Centre.

Ashling Kilduff features in this months issue of Social and Personal, speaking on her career, fashion, and The Design Centre. Aisling started working in fashion from a young age, before taking ownership of The Design Centre where her friendship with Philip Treacy led The Design Centre to be the exclusive Irish stockist for Philip Treacy millinery. Check out the full interview in Social and Personal in store now!

 

 RSVP Magazine has featured bride Laura Masterson and groom John O’Neill profiling their big day. Laura Masterson chose her dress in Ciara Bridal, where she knew from the moment she tried on the dress that it was the perfect dress for the big day. Ciara Bridal will find the perfect dress to make the brides’ vision come to life. Scroll through the gallery below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you’re looking for a designer wedding dress that looks couture but is affordable, the Ronald Joyce collection offers precisely that. Immaculate detail and a first-class fit that is within your reach. The Ronald Joyce collection is unmistakably elegant and feminine. Veni Infantino designs are always unique, stunning and indisputably sophisticated. She wants the brides she dresses to look and feel as fabulous as possible in their once-in-a-lifetime gowns.

 

 

 

 

 

 

French Connection is known for their distinctive pieces by adding unique details to classic silhouettes. With something for all ages, French Connection offers the staple items that are needed in every wardrobe.

French Connection launches their mid-season sale tomorrow, Saturday 13th October. With up to 50% off mens and womens selected lines, it is the perfect time to help your wardrobe transition from Spring/Summer to Autumn/Winter.

French Connection situated on the ground floor of Powerscourt Town Centre with two floors of fashion and accessories, you are guaranteed to find something that will catch your eye.

W: www.frenchconnection.com

F: @frenchconnection

I: @frenchconnection_official

Ground floor, Powerscourt Centre

DUBLINTOWN FASHION FESTIVAL 2018

The countdown is on as the DublinTown Fashion Festival 2018 is coming soon!

Wednesday 12th September, 2018 – The Collective

This will be an invite-only event, however there will be plenty of opportunities to WIN one of the many tickets we will give away to the public to attend this extravagant main event and fashion show. Be sure to follow us on TwitterFacebook and Instagram to ensure your chance of winning tickets!

Thursday 13th September, 2018 – TBA
Friday 14th September, 2018 – TBA
Saturday 15th September, 2018 – TBA

 

 

Lots more information on DublinTown Fashion Festival to come soon! 

 

DublinTown Fashion Festival 2018

Anyone looking to spot the next Jack B Yeats, Robert Ballagh, Maser or Conor Harrington should plan a visit to the Powerscourt Town Centre this August 10th to 31st where 15 budding Irish artists will have their paintings on display for all to enjoy. The young artists were all finalists in Sightsavers Ireland’s Junior Painter Awards.

Disability campaigner and little person Sinead Burke (aka Minnie Melange) and Laureate na nÓg and illustrator PJ Lynch were two of this year’s judges who had the difficult task of selecting winning paintings such as the mysterious and colourful ‘The Horizan Horeyesan’ featuring cartoon-like characters within a jigsaw puzzle; while ‘Climate Controller Station Bringing Fairness to all Nations’ is an intriguing and intelligent painting about the important world issue of climate change.

The young artists responded creatively to this year’s theme, ‘Put Us In The Picture’. 12-year-old Patricia Poprawa from Glenswilly National School, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal was announced the overall winner for her inspiring and thought-provoking creation ‘Draw me in…I’m waiting.’

Students from hundreds of primary schools across the country took part in the Junior Painter Awards which aims to inspire children to express their artistic talent and develop an appreciation of the importance and value of their own sight while considering kids in developing countries that haven’t been as lucky as them.

For more information visit www.sightsavers.org/junior-painter or join the conversation on social media using #JuniorPainter


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