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21–24 January 2018RDS, Dublin, Ireland

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Fresh Perspectives on Fashion and Jewellery at Showcase 2018

Fresh Perspectives on Fashion and Jewellery at Showcase 2018

Showcase 2018 plays host to some of the newest members of Ireland’s design community with some exciting jewellery and fashion brands where craftsmanship and sustainability are key considerations. On show too is Holden Leathergoods, a brand established in the 1980s but with its eye firmly on the demands and tastes of the contemporary consumer.

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Innovative Interiors in Home & Gift

Innovative Interiors in Home & Gift

National Geographic Traveller magazine just placed Dublin on their Best of the World 2018 list for the city’s intimate village vibe, historic Georgian squares, cosy pubs and high-tech treasures. Come visit Showcase 2018 and experience all Dublin city has to offer as well as some of the most innovative and exciting home and gift brands from the capital city and beyond.

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Exciting New Brands at Showcase 2018

Exciting New Brands at Showcase 2018

Visit Showcase 2018 and discover some of the most exciting brands in home & giftware, jewellery and fashion from Ireland. From traditional brands inspired by the Irish landscape, to innovative companies working at the cutting edge of skincare, you’ll find plenty to excite your customers among the 450 professional makers and designers on show.

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Special Project for 2018 - MADE/Slow

Special Project for 2018 - MADE/Slow

Following the phenomenal success of The Knitwear Project in 2016 and TextISLE in 2017, we are now launching a new initiative for 2018, called MADE/Slow.

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Design Ireland wins Best Curation in Accent on Design® Awards at NY NOW® 2017

Design Ireland wins Best Curation in Accent on Design® Awards at NY NOW® 2017

The Design & Crafts Council of Ireland is delighted to announce that the Design Ireland booth has won Best Curation in the prestigious Accent on Design® Awards at NY NOW® 2017. The booth, which features a curated collection of the work of seven leading Irish designers and makers, has been wowing visitors from all 50 states and more than 80 countries worldwide since the show opened in New York on Sunday, 20th August.

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