Human Collective Pops Up in Dublin City Centre

by Alison O'Hanlon
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Sustainable Irish urban clothing brand Human Collective has launched a NEW pop-up shop in the iconic Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre in Dublin. 

Open just in time for the festive shopping period, the new 584 sq ft space, which is located on the ground floor of the Shopping Centre and opens to the public until January 31st, will allow customers to shop the complete collection and some brand-new styles in person.

Human Collective launched its online store in November 2021 and has been on a mission to spread the message of equality and social inclusion, commandeering the ‘=’ sign for its logo. The brand is also committed to producing ethically made, sustainable clothing using certified organic and recycled materials. 

The brand quickly gained the support of Irish consumers and celebrities alike, making its way into the wardrobes of everyone from Amy Huberman and Laura Whitmore to Niall Breslin, Simon Zebo, and more.

The Human Collective pop-up shop space will housethe brand’s much-loved collection in sizes ranging from XS-5XL, including the Iconic crew, The Hug, The Staple, signature Beanies, The Marble Tracksuit, The Lux Hoodie, Lounge Shorts, Organic Tess, Harvard half-Zipsas well as the customer favourite, The Snug. 

Visitors will also get a first-look at some yet-to-be-released items, including the new full-zip Sherpa Hoodie, the New limited-edition Mocha Tracksuit, and the Pride 365 Collection.

Speaking about the new store, Human Collective founder Conor Buckley said, “We are delighted with our new home on the Ground Floor of the iconic Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre. It’s been a huge team effort, and we are overwhelmed with the support from the Irish public. We are excited to meet our community and allow new customers to experience the quality of the product in person.” 

An integral part of the Human Collective mission is to spread equality, and €3 from the sale of every sweatshirt online and in-store goes directly to three important Irish charities that aim to help level the social playing field: SARI (Spots Against Racism Ireland), The Irish Youth Foundation and LGBT Ireland.

Opening Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11am-6pm and Sunday 12-6pm

For more information on Human Collective,

Featured Image: Jordan Conroy and Erica Cody pictured at the launch of sustainable Irish clothing brand, Human Collective’s first pop-up shop Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre,Dublin.

Pictures Brian McEvoy

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