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Mixing up contemporary, vintage and cutting edge Irish design - the floors are divided accordingly - this is a bright and inviting store that is very difficult to leave without picking up something, especially from the eye-catching costume jewellery selection.
Owner Ruth Ní Loinsigh handpicks many of the store's offerings on her visits to Asia, and Irish designers stocked in the Atelier 27 area to note include knitwear queen Heather Finn and delicate costume jewellery range Aliquo. What: For almost 20 years, Kalu's owners/managers, Kate O'Dwyer and Louise Flanagan, have been catering for discerning dressers who value excellent design.
The store stocks a pleasing range of Irish and international labels such as Maison Scotch, French Connection, Selected Femme and Avoca and now carries babywear as well. What: As frequented by many of Dublin's best-dressed crew, luxury retail doesn't get much better than Costume on Dublin's Castle Market.
The boutique's owner Clodagh Shoren has over 28 years' experience in the fashion industry and many of the brands stocked are not found anywhere else in the country.
It also has a strong ethos of supporting Irish designers and has appealing accessories from Suzie Mahony hats, Susannagh Grogan and Ciara Silke scarves and Pat Whyte jewellery.
Best for: Occasion wear that will have people coming up and asking you where you got your outfit.
It boasts a broad spectrum of styles, from boho right the way through to classic, and the gorgeous environs combined with the super helpful staff makes shopping here a real joy.
Labels to lust after include Halston Heritage, Vivienne Westwood Anglomania and Umit Kutluk, as well as footwear from Castana and Emma Hope, while jewellery lines stocked include Melissa Curry as well as Feather & Stone.