Changing times for a brand with designs on the future
Folkster has taken over three floors in Dundrum Town Centre to provide a spacious and welcoming space for its customers
Is it a bad idea to mention the 'C' word? And no, I'm not talking about Covid-19. On Thursday, Irish fashion and homeware brand Folkster launched its new pop-up shop at Dundrum Town Centre in Dublin, offering three floors of fashion, homeware and gifts, which are ideal for the – whisper it – Christmas season.
Offering a sense of welcome escapism to its customers is key for the months ahead, according to Blanaid Hennessy, co-owner...
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Watch this space: the growing popularity of artist retreats
The pandemic and lockdown have revealed that what artists need most is not money but the freedom to create, and retreats around Ireland have been giving them that lifeline