Metropolis: Called to the Bar
Back in the 1990s, Dublin's Temple Bar was a feverish hive of fashion hubbub â€“ and, two decades later, things have come full circle, writes: Ruth O'Connor.
For many of us sedate thirty and fortysomethings, Dublin’s Temple Bar was a go-to spot for shopping during the college years. In the 1990s, this part of the capital was a breath of fresh air on the fashion scene – individual, creative and community-centred, it was a hub of invention.
It was the place where savvy shoppers went to pick up the best secondhand Levi’s from Damascus, the latest designers from SéSí Progressive...
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