A solid warm orange Irish linen tipped with natural linen underside. Inspired by the distinctive and darting skipper butterflies that lives amongst tall grasslands by the border of Co.Wicklow and Co.Wexford.
A self-tie bow tie made of the blackest of black Irish linen twill from Ulster. Made to last. Inspired by the native shrub that bears shiny black berries for birds during the winter months and is much visited by bees in summer.
Lightweight black and white wool and silk tweed tipped with black Irish linen. Inspired by a small regular winter visitor found along the sandy coastlines of Wicklow, also known as the Sea Lark or Sand Runner.
A soft green and pale blue textured cotton linen twill weave with a natural sandy coloured linen tipping.
Inspired by the one of the oldest deciduous native ferns that live densely across Wicklow with fossil records over 55 million years old.
Harry Clarke print collection series one is inspired by the English poet John Keats. The panels tell the romantic story of two lovers escaping to be together. Jennifer wants to reintroduce a new audience to Clarkes stunning work and to question the origins of the Irish fairy mythology. 100% Silk.
Resplendent in green and grey, with hues of iron and wine, these ancient peaks lie to the south of the city, yet Dublin feels faraway hidden just beneath the Sugarloaf mountain. Available as a scarf, bow tie and pocket square. 100% silk.