DUBLIN IMP SIGN OFF

MONDAY 8TH MAY

ARRIVE

BAG DROP @ HOTEL

LUNCH @ COPPERING ROW 2-3 PM

RETAIL WALK THROUGH @ ELVERYS DUNDRUM 3-5 PM

DINNER @ ZIZZI DUNDRUM 5-7 PM

HANDS ON @ ELVERYS 7 PM-12 AM

TUESDAY 9TH MAY

RETAIL SET UP @ ELVERYS DUNDRUM 7 AM-12 PM

LUNCH @ DOUGLAS & KALID DUNDRUM TOWN CENTER 12 PM-1 PM

TRAVEL CITY CENTER VIA ST STEPHENS GREEN LUAS GREEN LINE

REST 1 PM- 6PM

DINNER @ 777 SOUTH GEORGE'S ST 6 PM - 7 PM

RETAIL SET UP @ LIFESTYLE SPORTS MARY ST 6 PM - 12 AM

WEDNESDAY 10TH MAY

RETAIL SET UP @ LIFESTYLE SPORTS MARY ST 7-10 AM

PHOTOGRAPHY @ LIFESTYLE SPORTS MARY ST 9 AM

FLOOR WALK @ LIFESTYLE MARY ST WITH COMPANY STAKEHOLDERS 10 AM-12

LUNCH @ BROTHER HUBBARD CAPEL ST 12-1 PM

TRAVEL DUNDRUM TOWN CENTER VIA ST STEPHENS GREEN LUAS GREEN LINE

FLOOR WALK @ ELVERYS DUNDRUM WITH COMPANY STAKEHOLDERS 1.30-3 PM

TRAVEL CITY CENTER VIA ST STEPHENS GREEN LUAS GREEN LINE

INSPIRATION @ IRISH MUSEUM OF MODERN ART 3.30-5 PM

DINNER @ FARRIER & DRAPER POWERSCOURT TOWN HOUSE 5.30-7 PM

PHOTOGRAPHY @ ELVERYS DUNDRUM 7 PM

THURSDAY 11TH MAY

TRAINING @ LIFESTYLE SPORTS MARY ST 8-10 AM

LUNCH @ TASTE CAFE ST WILLIAM ST 11.30 AM- 12.30 PM

RETAIL WALK @ LIFESTYLE SPORTS GRAFTON ST 12.30-1.30 PM

DEPART FOR AIRPORT @ 1.30 PM

ABOUT DUBLIN

EXPLORE

You will be staying in the heart of Dublin's Creative Quarter. Dublin’s Creative Quarter is a hub of creativity, innovation and design, with plenty of exciting places to see including the Powerscourt Townhouse Centre, The George’s Street Arcade and meandering Wicklow Street. The area dates back to the 18th Century and in 1881 Dublin’s and perhaps the world’s the first purpose built Victorian Shopping Centre, called the South City Markets was constructed. This beautiful red-brick listed building still attracts crowds of shoppers, under the new name of the George’s Street Arcade. In the surrounding streets there is eclectic mix of artisan boutiques, galleries, cafés & restaurants and creative businesses. Dublin’s Creative Quarter stretches from South William Street, to South Great George’s Street and is one of the best places in the city to relax, shop and soak up the true vibe of Dublin.

LOCALISATION

The contentious divide between Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic in the south is well known worldwide, but first-time visitors to Dublin might not realise that the capital city has its own cultural divide, splitting the city into two distinct areas – the Northside and the Southside – separated by the River Liffey. Dublin is a city of two half's, the Northside and the Southside. The Northside is generally more working class, the Southside is more upmarket. Exceptions apply, but by and large this is a good rule of thumb to apply when exploring the city. Dubliners on both sides can get very passionate about this division and it is the basis of many a joke or smart remark you may overhear in conversation. The economic divide between the two sides of Dublin has become an ingrained cultural differentiation and a common source of stereotyping and antagonism of varying degrees. Many Dubliners who grew up in the city attach intense significance to whether they are a ‘Northsider’ or a ‘Southsider’ as part of their identity, as each label has its own distinct connotations. The north is stereotyped as being ‘rough’ and working class, the south as ostentatious and spoiled. These conventional images are so commonplace that they play a significant part in Irish comedy, literature and entertainment. This capital city is divided by more than just the river Liffey; it's divided by accent, the use of certain terms, and the wearing of certain clothes

There used to be ways to tell quickly where you hailed from. One of these was footwear. Was the person in question sporting deck shoes or Nike Air Max?

DUBLIN INFLUENCERS

Ciara O'Doherty
James Patrice
Anouska
Maeve Madden
Siobhan O'Hagan

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