Monday June 1, 2020

Fashion retailer eyes new international projects

Galvin has designs on London and New York

18th June, 2017
Ian Galvin, fashion retailer: online shopping has resulted in the advent of the ‘concept store’ Picture: Bryan Meade

Creative fashion retailer Ian Galvin who introduced many leading brands to Ireland over the past two decades, has begun working on new projects in Dublin and London.

He said the fashion industry today bears little resemblance to the one he began working in.

“The innovations taking place at the intersection of fashion and technology are rapidly transforming the industry, and we, the retailers, must adapt,” he told The Sunday Business Post.

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