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Art and Design / June 10, 2022

5 things in every Dubliner’s bag this week

Art and Design / June 10, 2022

5 things in every Dubliner’s bag this week

Words: Eva O’Beirne

Suncream or umbrella, anyone?

District has asked its audience what essential items they’re carrying around this week. From concert tickets to stylish bits, here’s your guide to what’s up and coming in the Big Smoke.

  1. A slice of Bambino pizza

Perhaps the “it-girl” of Dublin pizza joints, the buzz around Bambino is undeniable.

Their “Big Hot Pep Slice w/ House Pickled Jalapeños & Hot Honey” is perfectly Instagram-able too. Head on down to Stephen Street to see what all the fuss is about.

  1. A pending purchase from Maria Tash

Effortlessly glamorous, Maria Tash has recently launched their Emerald collection. With their own studio in Grafton Street’s Brown Thomas, if you’re looking to curate your perfect collection of ear jewellery or get some expert advice as to what piercing would suit you best – this is the place to be.

  1. A matcha coconut iced latte from Stay With Us

Opened in Philsborough this summer, this pet-friendly café offers plenty of sweet treats and wholesome goodies. Our readers recommended their matcha coconut iced latte, but we’d love to try one of their “cruffins” too.

  1. Groceries from shuppa

shuppa is a shop in your pocket. Whether it’s a bottle of bubbly for tonight’s party or fresh sourdough for an impromptu brunch, shuppa has you covered. With guaranteed delivery in 15 minutes or less, this delivery service is perfect for any last-minute picnics or beach trips you have planned this summer.

shuppa also offers its riders full employment benefits and actively avoids zero-hour contracts.

  1. Suncream

Here you! Put on some suncream. Now.

13,000 cases of skin cancer are diagnosed in Ireland every year – while you’re out and about it’s super important to give your skin some extra protection.

Even looking at screens all day can affect your skin, so layer up and keep yourself looking fresh. A great everyday suncream that will make you feel even more fabulous is this one by La Roche-Posay.

Featured bag of the week: The “Errand” tote by ilk Clothing

What’s the best bag to put all of these things in? This week we’re looking at the “Errand” tote from ilk Clothing.

This canvas tote has a handy button in the middle, perfect for any occasion. It comes in beige, navy and black so you’ll definitely find one to match your fit.

You can buy your own here.

Elsewhere on District: District & White Claw are teaming up to capture the return of festivals