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Art and Design / December 3, 2020

ilk are opening a pop-up shop in Dundalk

Photos: ilk
Art and Design / December 3, 2020

ilk are opening a pop-up shop in Dundalk

The slow fashion brand are opening up their studio to Christmas shoppers

ilk have announced that they’re opening their studio space in Dundalk as a pop-up store on Friday.

11 Jocelyn Street is home to ilk’s design centre, recently renovated high ceilings and original artwork create a unique retail experience for Christmas shoppers.

“We’ve curated a very unique retail experience that lets our customer see and feel our collection, in the studio where it was designed, and we can’t wait to welcome people into our space”, said Killian Walsh, co-founder of ilk.

ilk’s garments are produced in Portugal. They use carefully chosen sustainable and long lasting to create each piece of clothing.

Their most recent release is the ‘Miwa’ shirt, inspired by Japanese fashion and silhouettes. The ‘Miwa’ is a perfect staple for any wardrobe, its great for layering with ilk’s other pieces.

Check out ilk’s website to shop online.