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If you like your clothing as up-to-date as it gets, Dublin’s many independent clothing stores are the way to go. This lively city has an array of one-off boutiques – both old and new – offering items that are contemporary, unique or both. Male or female, these are the Dublin clothes shops that should be on your radar.
One for the boys, this Temple Bar men’s boutique is incredibly stylish. Their sparse upper level is full of well-made, contemporary menswear items by international brands like Schnaydermans – a shirtmaker out of Stockholm and New York – as well as pieces made closer to home, like bags and blanket coats by Galway’s own The Tweed Project. Footwear is also available here, by labels like Saturdays NYC, and they stock some gorgeous men’s grooming and skincare items.
Indigo & Cloth, 9 Essex St E, Temple Bar, Co. Dublin 2, Ireland +353 1 670 6403
Nowhere menswear store have launched an attack on what they see as the relentless sameness of the majority of clothing for men. Describing their purpose as ‘a shared curiosity in the discourse of masculinity and the culture of clothes,’ Nowhere wants to offer the modern man something different when it comes to dressing. As ideas about gender identity become increasingly flexible, it’s refreshing to see a men’s clothes shop doing something so different to the crowd.
Nowhere, 65 Aungier St, Dublin 2, Ireland +353 1 607 8983