This is our Well Fashioned made in Ireland clothing list.
Alice Halliday creates bespoke womenswear, from ready-to-wear items to bridal gowns, all handmade in West Cork. Her designs have been featured in Vogue and worn by the likes of Francesca Welch.
Carraig Donn describes itself as a boutique in the guise of a department store, with 36 stores across Ireland and it’s manufacturing plant Westport they provide a wide range of Irish clothing and accessories
Elaine Madigan designs and manufacturers cashmere items of clothing in Ireland using tradition methods of production. Elaine fully emerses herself and her family into the brand and the company ethos, creating a range of warm, cosy and elegant items.
Fresh Cuts clothing produce simply designed, eco-friendly clothes that people want to wear every day.
Grown plant a tree for every t-shirt purchase and aim to use biodegradable or recyclable materials in all their designs. 1% of all their profits goes towards helping to protect the environment.
Jill de Búrca champions an Irish Singer Embroidery machines to free-hand satin stitch alongside hand embellishment to create a beautiful collection which remain wearable with a sports luxe edge.
Jennifer Rothwell designs innovative prints with bold colours which she then uses to create a wide range of clothing and accessories.
Keem are a new fashion brand which create classic contemporary separates and outerwear which you can wear whatever the season or trend
Magee are still designing and weaving luxury fabrics in Donegal – the ever-changing land and seascapes surrounding Donegal inspire colours and designs
Niall Tyrrell’s designs have often graced the red carpet on the backs of celebrities and politicians. His designs are elegant and sophisticated, but unique enough to stand out from the crowd.
Sophie Rieu is an Ireland based sustainable fashion designer. She has recently closed her brand ‘unicorn’ and now retails by appointment and online whilst also offering a made to order service.
The Donegal shop sources all of it’s items from around Ireland but tries to retain an emphasis on products made in Donegal in particular, including hand knitted products from local Donegal knitters.