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And so it begins! I am delighted to reveal my summer series of The Lost Fashion History of Dublin 2017. This is my third year running the tours and I love bringing everyone on a time travelling historic shopping trip around Dublin to see the past and present day sartorial gems the city has to offer. This April I am also running a very special tour of The Irish Georgian Society, you’ll find the link below to book.

Whether you are a fashion student, a chic grandmother or stylish gentleman come join me on a tour this summer, take your pick from the fashionable neighbourhoods below. If you would like to find out more or contact me about the tours you can email on ruaruth@gmail.com.

 BOOK TICKETS ON EVENTBRITE BELOW €15 EURO (INCLUDING EVENTBRITE BOOKING FEE)

APRIL

Saturday,  29th April 2017

The Lost Fashion History of South William Street & Merrion Square for The Irish Georgian Society

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MAY

Saturday, 13th May 2017 

The Lost Gentlemen’s Tour of Grafton Street

Eventbrite - The Lost Fashion History of Grafton Street (Gentlemen's Tour) 2017

JULY

Saturday, 15th July 2017

The Lost Fashion History of The Liberties

Eventbrite - The Lost Fashion History of The Liberties Tour 2017

AUGUST

Saturday, 19th August 2017

The Lost Fashion History of Merrion Square

Eventbrite - The Lost Fashion History of Merrion Square Tour 2017

SEPTEMBER

Saturday, 30th September 2017

The Lost Fashion History of South William Street

Eventbrite - The Lost Fashion History of South William Street Tour 2017

OCTOBER

Saturday, 13th October 2017 

The Lost Fashion History of O’Connell Street

Eventbrite - The Lost Fashion History of O'Connell Street Tour 2017

 Image above courtesy of The National Library of Ireland.

Women on Grafton Street, one wearing necktie and possibly a cycling trouser-skirt, walking on Grafton Street. Bystanders and shop-fronts visible in the background. Clarke Collection: 1890-1910.