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If you know about the Designer Exchange on Dawson Street, then you'll know that you can get a bang for your buck with designer labels.

The shop is a haven for bag and accessory lovers, and was recently voted the Best Shop in Dublin at the 98fm Best of Dublin Awards.


Well, get ready to spend ladies, because the Designer Exchange is hosting a week-long blow out sale.

Launching tomorrow, the store will have some incredible offers on a first come, first serve basis (so, be ready to shop!).


Some of the marked down items include the Hermes Vinyl Kelly bag, the Hermes Fourre Tout range, Chanel Glazed Calfskin Reissue 2.55, Chanel Lax Beige Tassel Bag, Louis Vuitton Alligator Charms Linda Scarf Bag in Taupe, and the Louis Vuitton Saint Jacques Epi Leather Tassil Yellow bag.

There is also a range of Givenchy, Gucci and Michael Kors bags on sale too.


And don't forget about the accessories, as they have have some Tiffany and Pandora goodies in store too.

The sale starts at 10am tomorrow, and believe us, you can't miss out.



Every city has a handful of unique destinations which appeal to die-hard fashionistas who know that bang for your buck is still possible even at designer label level.

And Dublin’s comes in the shape of Designer Exchange on Dawson Street.

Having opened its doors in 2012, the store, which is a veritable haven for handbag-lovers, has a philosophy which encourages the consumer to look at their designer purchase from a different perspective.

Instead of committing themselves to a lifelong investment in Chanel, Birkin or Vuitton, customers can – if they choose – trade their purchase back at a later date.

So, let’s say you buy a bag for €1,000 that probably cost €1,800 brand new. If you decide after a year that you want to trade it back to Designer Exchange , they then give you, for example, €600 for it.

You use the €600 against your next purchase, therefore your first purchase only cost you €400 for a full year of use.

 And yes ladies, that boils down to €33 per month or €8 a week!

Speaking our language, owner, Paddy Coughlan, says: “A bag is for everyone, but 10 inch stilettos aren’t. A bag or accessory no longer just completes a look, a look can be built around it.”

“I’ve heard ladies say that they like to wear a colour, but they love to wear a particular bag.”

“I love the joy I see when we make it possible for a lady to get her dream bag, something she may have thought unattainable until she could take part in our instalment plan and/or part exchange.”

Interestingly, over 60 per cent of Designer Exchanges sales come via posts on Facebook, with many items snapped up within minutes of them hitting the store’s social media platforms.

And we may be responsible for more than a few…



We all love a good designer piece in our wardrobes… But we also love a good bargain.

Well now the two are coming together as one, as StyleJump launch its latest pop-up designer event in Dublin. 

From September 14-27, you can shop a haul of seriously stylish pieces at StyleJump's pop-up, which will be held in Dun Laoghaire for an exclusive two weeks. 

The stock varies between new and pre-loved pieces, coming from fashion industry insiders, celebrities and self-confessed shopaholics.

The luxury designer pieces range from Burberry to Chanel, McQueen and Marant – so this is definitely not to be missed.

And the best thing about StyleJump's pop-up is the amazing 75 percent off the original retail price!

Need we say anymore?

The event will be held in Park House, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin but if you want to check out more, head to the website

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