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The new French Connection unit in the beautiful Powerscourt Townhouse is highly visible, mostly due to the huge FCUK hoarding that can be seen from almost any approach to the shopping centre. The shop is funky and glossy and has a great range of men's and women's clothes and shoes, not to mention a makeup and skincare line. Some weekends find an in store DJ spinning some tunes.
Established in 1969, Grahams is a traditional Irish shoe store in Dublin, stocking high-end footwear for men, women and children; encompassing a wide range of world-renowned brands for both casual and formal use. The store stocks shoes made by popular brands such as Skechers, Converse, Bourbon, Geox, Ricosta, Clarks, Vagabond and many more.
With a brand new premises on O'Connell Street, this UK outlet continues its quest for dominance over the Irish footwear industry and if the large crowds that flock to the shop over the Christmas season are anything to go by, Schuh are doing very well indeed. Spread over two floors, the store carries a dazzling selection of shoes, boots and trainers for both sexes. In a city where stylish men's shoes can sometimes be hard to find, Schuh remains a very good option.
Harvey Nichols is an upmarket store catering to everybody's needs. With popular brands offering women's wear, menswear, accessories, food, beauty and home products, this place is always buzzing. The price tag can be pretty high, so make sure you come with laden pockets before entering the store premises. Harvey's does attract a lot of the younger and trendier crowd apart from the regular shoppers. For those with whom money is not an issue, one can expect to be well cared for here.