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South William Street has become Dublin's creative corner, receiving labels such as Dublin's 'hub of innovation' stemming from its vibrant atmosphere and cosmopolitan vibe.

24th August, 2013
Paul Dromgoole is co-owner of Zeba Hairdressing; zeba.ie.

A mere emerging market back in the mid-1990s, South William Street has since become Dublin's creative corner, receiving labels such as Dublin's 'hub of innovation' stemming from its vibrant atmosphere and cosmopolitan vibe.

In the past five years, the area has thrived, attracting a wealth of new restaurants and eateries, fellow salons, bars, cutting-edge fashion boutiques and independent design stores.

Located in the middle of it all, Zeba Hairdressing in South William Street has...

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