Irish Design Entrepreneurs Paving The Way To A Sustainable Future

Grey + Ginger

From baby grows to vintage finds, Irish entrepreneurs never fail to impress. Paving the way for a more sustainable future, these Irish businesses promote ethical fashion in new and exciting ways.

By Orlaith Melia 


A new online store that brings together high-quality ethically-made childrenswear and lifestyle products from independent Irish brands. With Irish society becoming more conscious about the importance of sustainability Síológ offers high-quality clothing for your child from brands that are sustainable while also supporting our local independent businesses.



A new and exciting Irish brand, ilk. A ready-to-wear brand that produces timeless, trans-seasonal, and adaptable pieces, for a practical, layerable wardrobe. Founders Jamie Clarke and Killian Walsh aim to make the best jackets, the best overshirts, and t-shirts that you own. Designed and sampled in Ireland with high attention to detail and quality.


Grey + Ginger

A Galway based brand creating unique, ethical, and striking designs. Grey + Ginger, are striving to make fashion that creates a statement while providing a broad size range, ensuring maximum inclusivity. Each design is filled with so much thought and creativity from enthusiastic designers Peter and Paul.


Spice Vintage

Grace Collier saw a niche for a vintage fashion store in Limerick and set up Spice Vintage in 2018 but with increased online orders, this year she has decided to focus solely on her website, which is thriving. She is enthusiastic about the new direction of Spice Vintage with the introduction of international shipping and the growth of her business. Her website stocks all kinds of beautiful curated vintage clothes which are fun and uplifting just like the women behind the brand.