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There is no better place to go for celebrating Irish on St Patrick’s Day than Kilkenny Shop. Kilkenny Shop has been proudly promoting Irish design for over 50 years from Irish brands who are known across the world to small up-and-coming designers, we have always been a leader in celebrating what it means to be Irish. 74% of our stock is from Irish-owned brands and we are located from East to West across Ireland in some of Ireland’s most beautiful locations.

We have the best St Patrick's Apparel made with skill and tradition. Get to know Ireland’s best-loved brands that will connect you with a truly Irish feeling this St Patrick's Day.

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Ireland’s Eye

Handmade in Dublin from natural yarns that feel as good as they look, Ireland’s Eye creates authentically Irish knitwear and has been doing so for generations. The makers are inspired to create apparel that will withstand the elements of the chilly winds of the Irish coast on which they live.

Women's

Men's

 

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West End Knitwear


The biggest knitwear maker in Ireland, West End Knitwear is based in Co. Kildare and is run by the grandsons of the business founder Molly Cullen who in turn was the granddaughter of Kate O’Shea, Ireland’s first woman to commercially market knitwear. This family set the standards in Aran sweaters made from the finest quality materials including merino wool, linen/cotton, and cashmere.

 

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McNutt of Donegal


Located in Donegal in the North-West of Ireland, McNutt of Donegal is a family-run brand with over 60 years of weaving experience. Inspired by the rugged coastline of Ireland and the heritage it holds, all collections are designed in-house by Irish designers.

 

Kids

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Foxford Woollen Mills


One of the last working mills in Ireland, Foxford Woollen Mills is located on the west coast in Co. Mayo. It was founded 130 years ago by Sister Agnes Morrogh-Bernard. It has changed hands from one Irish owner to another over the years, all of whom have shared the vision of keeping the mill alive as a source of employment and heritage for the area. Many renowned Irish figures have been associated with the brand from political revolutionary Michael Collins to literary heavyweight James Joyce.

Looking for more Irish Souvenirs?

Grab an Irish-themed gift for one of your friends or family members this St Patrick's Day to honor and celebrate their Irish connection.