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Art and Design / July 26, 2021

Tola Vintage, 999ire & EMPORIUM launch monthly pop-up ‘Unfinished Business’

Image via @tolavintage Instagram
Art and Design / July 26, 2021

Tola Vintage, 999ire & EMPORIUM launch monthly pop-up ‘Unfinished Business’

Words: Dylan Murphy

“Unfinished Business is a monthly pop-up aimed at providing a platform to Dublin and Ireland’s next wave of creative talent.”

Over the weekend, Dublin vintage clothing store Tola Vintage revealed they are teaming up with art and music collective 999ire and fellow store EMPORIUM to launch ‘Unfinished Business’, a monthly pop-up that will showcase pieces from upcoming designers, creatives and brands.

Speaking on Instagram about the new endeavour they said, “A collaborative effort between Tola Vintage, 999 and Emporium, Unfinished Business is a monthly pop-up aimed at providing a platform to Dublin and Ireland’s next wave of creative talent.”

“Each instalment will feature a selection of brands and creatives, retailing pieces from their most recent collections and hosting in-person workshops in a curated retail space. Launching July 31st, 2021, our first edition aims to set the stage going forward. Featuring a collaborative retail space and workshop from hosts @999ire and @emporiumdublin , we look forward to seeing you there.”

To be part of their upcoming instalments, please email an expression of interest to unfinishedbusinessdublin@gmail.com.

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