Design Centre was founded over 20 years ago. It became a forum for up and coming and established designers to showcase their clothing. The concept proved a great success and the shop became a must-visit in Dublin.

The Design Centre has undergone a few changes over the years to bring Dublin the finest fashion from Irish designers and international fashion houses.

Our current designers include La Petite Salope, Tricotine, Roisin Linanne, Synan O’Mahony and Tabitha Webb.

Accessories include – Philip Treacy, Erickson Beamon , Ben Rox, Lara Bohinc and House of Harlow 1960.

Photo: John Rocha at Design Centre
John Rocha at Design Centre

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Design Centre is located on the Top Floor of the Powerscourt Centre. Please Click to view a larger map.

Photo: Philip Treacy at Design Centre
Philip Treacy at Design Centre

Philip Treacy has designed hats for haute couture houses such as Givenchy, Alexander Mc Queen, Valentino, Helmut Lang, Thierry Mugler, Anna Molinari and Versace.

Photo: La Petite S***** at Design Centre
La Petite S***** at Design Centre

With each season the novel silhouettes and fresh lines of La Petite Salope delight customers the likes of Kate Moss, Helena Bonham Carter, Isabella Blow and Paris Hilton to name a few.

Photo: Synan O’Mahony
Synan O’Mahony

The designer of choice for a host of TV personalities, actresses, models and ladies who lunch, he’s dresses Vivienne Connolly, Glenda Gilsen and Andrea Roche. Amanda Byram, Carrie Crowley and Claire Byrne to name a few. Georgina Ahern returns to him time and time again.

Photo: Erickson Beamon at Design Centre
Erickson Beamon at Design Centre

Erickson Beamon’s ornately-tangled, part-Victorian, part-Baroque, part-pirate booty, “never boring” costume pieces are worn by such spotlight stars as Nicole Kidman, Kate Moss, Courtney Love & Milla Jovovich.

Photo: House of Harlow
House of Harlow

In October 2008, Nicole Richie debuted a jewelry line, House of Harlow 1960. House of Harlow 1960 is a collaboration between Mouawad and Nicole Richie. Materials used include fabrics, feathers and gold plated pieces.

About the Powerscourt Town Centre

Now an award winning shopping centre, this palazzo was built for the 4th Viscount Powerscourt, Richard Wingfield, as a family town house. Of magnificent cut stone, the design by Robert Mack was built between 1771 and 1774.