Like the idea of sipping on boozy cocktails while popping between Dublin’s coolest fashion stores to shop and attend launches, talks and workshops? 

Then, like us, get yourself to Get Up!

On Thursday, 8 November, six of Dublin’s leading independent fashion stores will take part in the first-ever Get Up, a fashion trail showcasing the best of independent fashion in Dublin, including some of the retailers’ favourite designers and new collections.

The curated series of events will taking visitors through launches, talks, workshops and a huge after party celebrating Disaronno and the unveiling of their new-look, limited-edition bottle. #DisaronnoWearsTrussardi is the sixth Limited Edition of the Disaronno® Icon project, the brand’s annual collaboration with a leading name in Italian fashion

The Get Up Fashion Trail will starting at Scout in Temple Bar, where knitwear designer, Liadain Aiken will be in store for the evening for chats about her knitwear brand and will hold a darning workshop.

Next up will be Indigo&Cloth, where Sculptor Daire O’ Shea has worked in close collaboration with the team at the store to create their AW18 window display. He'll be in-store discussing the window installation and collaboration.

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Our AW18 identity in full effect 👌🏻 • This season’s identity is inspired by the visual art genre, Vanitas. A vanitas is a symbolic work of art showing the transience of life, the futility of pleasure and the certainty of death, often contrasting symbols of ephemerality and death. The identity draws a parallel between these symbols and to our seasonal collections, beginning and ending every few months. The colour palette is inspired from our Autumn/Winter 18 collection. • With each fashion season, we create a unique graphic design identity for in-store and online use. — & — #aw18 #seasonal #identity #vanitas #art #floral #autumn #design #vinyl #print #independent #menswear #design #indigoandcloth

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Then to Nine Crows, where founders Emma Fraser and Dean Ryan McDaid will be interviewed about their successes with both vintage gem Nine Crows and their agency Not Another, by Michael McDermott of Totally Dublin.

The trail will move to Atrium, where the team will host SALON: Sustainable Style at Atrium, a Q&A session with owners and designers, KateNolan and Chupi Sweetman - all about why the brands they stock are dedicated to a future for sustainable style.

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Can all of our shoes come with tassels? . These Miista beauties are a dreamy meeting of function and frivolity. The mid-heel and classic loafer shape keeps you confidently striding; the forest patent nobuk leather and tassel topper says you’ll be striding onto the dancefloor soon enough 💃 . Added bonus points for sustainable styling as all our MIISTA collection are cut from soft non-toxic Spanish leathers and made locally in Alicante. . Change the world, one step at a time. 🌍💕 . #Wearethemakers #madeinspain #aquietstyle #collectivelycreative #simplethingsmadebeautiful #slowfashion #pursuepretty #seekthesimplicity #seekinspirecreate #capturemycraft #momentsofmine #littlestoriesofmylife #creativityfound #createandcapture #createmakeshare #SustainableFashion #foundmademodern #creativespirit #aquietstyle

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At Om Diva, they'll be launching their new Irish Designer collections for A/W 2018 as well as a their in-house new homeware range. There will be workshops and informal chats from some of the designers they stock.

The second last stop will be Hen’s Teeth, where they'll will host a launch party fuelled with Disaronno cocktails to present the first in a series of in-house capsule collections. The debut range is by Hen’s Teeth lead designer Mel Keane and will include limited edition t-shirts, scarves and sweatshirts.

Get Up's after party will rage at the Gold Bar, Hang Dai from 9pm onwards.

 Speaking about being involved in Get Up, Kate Nolan, co-founder of Atrium said: “Independent stores in the city deliver such a different shopping experience. We create much more personal and welcoming spaces. We want you to slow down and take some time for yourself. We are really places to discover something new, something to inspire you.We want you to leave with something special that you really love as we firmly believe that everything loved will last – and you can't get more sustainable than that.”

Check out their FB page for more information on the event and to sign up!