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

11th October, 2020
Changing times for a brand with designs on the future
Folkster first opened in Kilkenny in 2006. The brand grew incrementally, with Hennessy operating first as a vintage store

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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