Five emerging Irish streetwear designers to watch: ‘We are fashion’s DIY generation’

Inspired by everything from Celtic traditions to Gaeilge and Irish humour, a new generation is leading a streetwear boom

Making their mark on streetwear style are (from left) Limerick-based printmaker Greg Hall; Louth designer Megan McGuigan; Andy Beller of Arnold Park Studios, streetwear brand N2P’s Francis Ugbah and Emporium’s Robbie Fidgeon-Kavanagh with co-founder Charlie Proctor Quigley

Meadhbh McGrath

When we think of Irish fashion, there are certain images that spring to mind — the Aran jumper, the tweed suit, the Claddagh ring. Soon, we may be adding the graphic T-shirt to that list.