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Pippa O'Connor's biggest pop up shop to date is opening today in Liffey Valley and we are buzzing.

Not only are we massive fans of Pippa but her style is just so fab that we can already see our wages being spent on everything in the store.

The 33-year-old took to Insta to announce the launch, writing, ''The day is finally here We’re opening our biggest pop up to date today at 12pm in @liffey_valley. We can’t wait for you all to come in and check everything out.''

The shop will cater to all fashion lovers, with styles of jeans to suit everyone as well as a selection of her unreal scented candles from her Pippa Collection.

Plus, also in stock is make-up artist Aimee Connolly's beautiful products.

What more could you want, especially coming up to the festive season?

Her followers showed how excited the were, commenting, ''Wow love Liffey Valley. Congrats Pippa.''

Another wrote, ''@pocobypippa best of luck, see you Saturday for a look…maybe my four pair of jeans.''

It was a special day for the brand for another reason as it marked two years of being in  business.

Pippa took to Instagram to celebrate the happy occasion, posting a video of her and husband Brian Ormond. 

She captioned it, ''Happy business Birthday to us! @pocobypippa celebrates 2 years today. what a flippin journey it’s been .. so so proud of it all! Proud of feeling the fear and doing it anyway. People always ask me what it’s like working with your husband.. well!! I’d highly recommend it.''

Good luck today Pippa – we will deffo be paying the pop up a visit ASAP. 



Pippa O'Connor's hugely successful jeans collection, POCO by Pippa, is coming to Dundrum Town Centre this Christmas.

Following its launch in March this year, the premium denim pop-up shop will return to its debut location for the festive shopping period.


Happy Treat Yo'self Thursday #mypocos (: @the_wistful_shopper)

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Located on level two opposite Karen Millen, the store will stock all the old favourites along with a brand new range of POCO products.

POCO by Pippa has been designed for women of all ages and with expert style advisors on hand to help, every customer is sure to find the right denim and fit to suit them.

The temporary pop-up shop will run for 10 weeks from November 9, 2017.


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Pippa O'Connor, Founder of POCO, said: “We are thrilled to be returning to Dundrum Town Centre in November. Our POCO pop-up in Dundrum Town Centre was a huge success earlier this year, so we are excited about returning for Christmas!”

“We will have our newest styles available and two brand new POCO products ready for the store opening on the 9th November.”

That's our Christmas shopping sorted anyway!


We're big fans of Pippa O'Connor's coveted denim collection, POCO by Pippa here at SHEmazing HQ. 

So imagine our excitement when the top Irish model announced that she will be opening a brand new location in Cork City.

The pop up was finally opened in the Mahon Point Shopping Centre last night. 


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The launch was attended by a whole host of Irish social media stars and fashion mavens, including Just Jordan and Niamh Love Life.

Pippa's line includes multiple different styles of denim jeans, which have been hailed as both comfortable and stylish by all who don them. 

The model previously saw massive success with her Dundrum Town Centre pop-up in Dublin, so her new venture in Cork is sure to be a smash hit. 

'The pop up shop in Cork is going to be in Mahon Point, which I'm so excited about because I really wanted to go to Cork and what a better place to be,' Pippa said previously.

If you're in Cork this Bank Holiday weekend, be sure to check it out. 



We're big fans of Pippa O'Connor's coveted denim collection, POCO by Pippa. 

So imagine our excitement when the top Irish model announced that she will be opening a brand new location in Cork City.

The stunning businesswoman took to Facebook to announce that her new POCO pop-up is coming to the Mahon Point Shopping Centre in Cork city on August 4. 

'Co Cork we're coming for you! POCO pop up is opening on August 4th at Mahon Point,' she said. 

The model previously saw massive success with her Dundrum Town Centre pop-up in Dublin, so her new venture in Cork is sure to be a smash hit. 


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'The pop up shop in Cork is going to be in Mahon Point, which I'm so excited about because I really wanted to go to Cork and what a better place to be,' said Pippa.

We're dying to check it out!



We're big fans of Pippa O'Connor's coveted denim collection, POCO by Pippa. 

So imagine our excitement when the top Irish model announced that she will be hosting another pop-up shop for her denim wares in Dundrum Town Centre.


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Pippa's jeans have previously only been available online, and after hosting some seriously successful weekend pop-ups, the model is opting for something a little more long term.

The latest pop-up will open shop on March 10, and will run for a period of six weeks, so there's plenty of time to get your favourite pair in every hue.


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There are also new styles being added to the line in mid-March, so getting a glimpse of the latest styles is no longer an online endeavour

"I’m really excited to open a POCO by Pippa pop-up in Dundrum Town Centre," said the denim designer.

"We have had amazing feedback from customers and women all over Ireland, and we know a lot of women while shop online love to try on jeans, so this is a great opportunity for POCO by Pippa to be available in a stand-alone store in one of Ireland’s leading shopping centres.

"I personally love to meet customers and hear their stories and the pop-up is the perfect place to meet them.” she said.

Pippa herself will be hosting style clinics in the pop-up, so any fans of the model's style will be able to get personal pointers. 


Having once been described as a “poster girl for all things Celtic Tiger”, it’s hard to align Pippa O’Connor’s photocall image with her current status as leading influencer, denim designer and doting mum.

As drastic as her journey away from the days of Krystle nightclub and Andy Quirke now seems, there’s no denying that Pippa has managed to remain relevant in the increasingly competitive circles of Irish fashion.

In addition to ditching the false tan, “bad hair extensions” and “too short” clothing, the 32-year-old has made a number of clever career moves which have enabled her to become the celebrated fashionista she is today.

Blogging: While pregnant with her oldest son, Ollie, in 2013, Pippa launched her award-winning blog, pippa.ie.  Presenting her approach to fashion, beauty, lifestyle and motherhood in a relatable style quickly enabled Pippa to gain an impressive social media following, which currently enables her to reach around half a million people per day.  By 2015, this “accidental” success story enabled its founder to retire from modelling and focus on her entrepreneurial endeavours.

The Pippa Palette: Truly placing the Kildare native on the pathway to commercial success, the Pippa Makeup Palette has been sold 150,000 times since its release last year.  Produced by Blank Canvas Cosmetics and retailing for €34.99, the Pippa Palette features six wearable eyeshadow shades as well as blush, highlighter and contour powders.

Fashion Factories: In the last two years, Pippa has entertained around 40 different gatherings with her Fashion Factories.  In a recent interview with the Irish Independent, the mum of two described how running these fashion, beauty and lifestyle events helped her deal with the untimely death of her own mother, Louise, who passed just a fortnight before Pippa’s Fashion Factory debut.     

TV Presenting: While her husband, Brian Ormond, remains one of Ireland’s most recognisable television presenters, Pippa herself is no stranger to life on the small screen.  Having been open about her desire to try presenting, last year she joined TV3’s Xposé as a guest host.  She returned to the channel this August to front The Seven O’Clock Show with Brian.

Becoming an author: In September this year, Pippa released her first book, Pippa: Tips to Live Beautifully.  Channelling her interests in fashion, beauty and lifestyle into a series of easy to apply tips, Pippa’s book aims to help others discover their own personal style while enhancing their sense of self-confidence.

National advertising campaigns: Adding yet another string to her bow, the busy blogger starred in the first TV advertising campaign for Connacht Gold Half-Fat Butter this October.  The ad – which sees a very glam Pippa posing in an oversized butter tub – has been played on RTÉ, TV3, 3e, Sky and E4.

POCO: Last month, Pippa began to tease her latest entrepreneurial project across her social media channels.  It was quickly revealed that said venture was a five piece range of jeans called POCO, which had been designed by the model herself.  Just as her book is filled with advice learned through her own life experiences, POCO was created to counteract issues Pippa has previously had while finding jeans.  This is especially obvious when it comes to the ‘Mama To Be’ style, which features an “ultra comfort” band that sits beneath the expectant mother’s bump.  POCO is currently available at pocobypippa.com.  Prices range from €85-€110. 


Little snippet of our behind the scenes from our @pocobypippa campaign  #pocobypippa

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