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It’s 150 not out for Magee, and the Donegal clothing firm is celebrating in style as it unveils its latest autumn/winter collections
This has been a big year for the Donegal clothing and weaving company Magee. As well as celebrating its 150th anniversary, its owners, the Temple family, have opened a new flagship store on South Anne Street in Dublin, welcomed the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall to their Donegal town factory, and announced a collaboration with the bloodstock agents Goffs.
The autumn/winter collections, which are arriving in stores from this month, were unveiled...
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