My Objects Of Desire: Andy Collins’s favourite things
The owner of Indigo & Cloth, a leading independent store in Dublin’s Temple Bar, talks favourite fabrics, lockdown silver linings and the future of retail
My personal style signifier is pleated pants in lightweight, luxurious fabrics and with a slightly cropped fit. In spring and summer, I’m most drawn to linen, seersucker and organic cotton, while in winter I’m drawn to wool – alpaca, merino and cashmere.
I’ve never really worn a dressing gown, but I’ve always toyed with the idea of a housecoat. Working in retail, I’m usually never really home, especially not on weekends,...
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