5 Days of Christmas: No. 3 & 4.

December 23, 2011
Have been getting a little too into the festive spirit of late and failed to provide you with dangerously last minute gift suggestion No. 3 yesterday, so it’s a double dose this time ’round courtesy of none other than Dublin’s beloved independent boutique, Indigo & Cloth.

No. 3 is the below-pictured result of Indigo & Cloth’s recent collaboration with Ardara, Co. Donegal-based tweed-makers Molloy & Sons. This rug is the first in a series of items specially produced by the father and son partnership of Shaun & Kieran Molloy for the store. According to store-owner Garrett Pitcher, there’s also a series of tailored tweed jackets available for sale but these are, understandably, v. limited so be speedy if you’re feeling needy.

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^ Indigo & Cloth x Molloy & Sons tweed rug; see Nowness.com‘s short-doc (brilliantly shot by Jamie & Keith) on the Molloys’ heritage and dedication to their craft here.

This series’ penultimate recommendation is another offering from Indigo & Cloth, this time less woolly, more whiskey. The South William St. store blazes ahead of its competitors via a collaboration with another Irish brand, Co. Louth-based Kilbeggan Whiskey. In association with creative direction duo Jamie & Keith (Make It Work), Indigo & Cloth produces a limited edition bottle-design for the age-old distillery. More on No. 4 – sure to get you in a very merry spirit – below…

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Find all these products in-store at Indigo & Cloth, Basement of 27 South William St, Dublin 2.

See more from Make It Work’s Jamie and Keith here.

Learn about the respective histories of Irish brands Molloy & Sons and Kilbeggan Whiskey.

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  • Mat December 23, 2011 at 3:03 pm

    i can get on board with rugs and whiskey, my friend is looking for rug inspiration for his new flat so i'll forward this to him.thanks for the comment man, here's to 2012