Saturday June 6, 2020

Cycle style: True to form

Christian Bourke worked as an accessories designer for Tommy Hilfiger, Fred Perry and Paul Smith before setting up Stighlorgan - where an enthusiasm for design works in tandem with a love of cycling

2nd July, 2017
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‘Conn’ in khaki

Some time back, we spoke to Christian Bourke, the Stillorgan native who has been weaving a little bit of Irish heritage into his Stighlorgan accessories brand since it was established in London’s East End in 2010.

But though names like the Conn, Oscar and Oisin bag might derive from Ireland’s heroic past, the brand offers a very contemporary product and one that is perfect for the city cyclist.

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