Words: Eva O’Beirne
Featuring some iconic Irish company logos, the campaign aims to provide a commentary on the cost of living crisis in Dublin and those who provide the services that keep the city alive.
Founded in 2018 by Charlie Proctor Quigley and Robbie Fidgeon, the brand’s latest drop comes in three different colourways, with the design reading: “PROVIDING SERVICES FOR A CITY THAT WE CAN’T AFFORD TO LIVE IN”.
Emporium’s collections are produced on a seasonal basis and often take inspiration from street culture as well as vintage and 90s graphics.
The “Services Tee” will be available on the Emporium website from 13:00 tomorrow.
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