Grafton Street. Photograph: David Sleator

Some 54 per cent of the buildings on both of Dublin’s prime retail streets are owned by property funds which equates to 64 per cent of the retail spac(...)

Here’s the album that kickstarted a dynasty. Originally released in 1998, 100% Dynamite was Soul Jazz’s seminal dive into reggae’s dusty grooves. L(...)

In July, Mango cut its revenue forecast for 2017 by around a third. Photograph: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg

Spanish fashion retailer Mango reported an 11 per cent fall in annual profit on Tuesday after investing in an international expansion plan including l(...)

The Next shop on Grafton Street in Dublin city centre: the retailer is now concentrating on larger in-town or out-of-town stores. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Fashion and accessories retailer Next is to close its shop on Dublin’s Grafton Street and make way for another fashion and lifestyle group Hugo Bos(...)

Mango, which was founded in Barcelona in 1984, now has 2,700 stores in 105 countries

International fashion retailer Mango has further strengthened the line-up of clothes outlets at the Blanchardstown Centre in Dublin 15 by opening a ne(...)

Photographer Naomi Gaffey with her sister Corina, a stylist and freelance fashion professional at Bond Street Studios. Photograph: Alan Betson

Corina and Naomi Gaffey Fashion stylist Corina and her older sister, Naomi, a freelance photographer, collaborate on editorials for magazines. (...)

The beauty report: quick fixes
  • Beauty
  • February 7, 2015, 05:00

The time a woman takes to apply her make-up in the morning can often be the only interval in the day when she takes time for herself. I relish the min(...)

Four Courts: where the fallout from the Celtic Tiger glory days is still being played out

Eight years on, the fallout from the glory days still envelops the Four Courts, where developers, banks and solicitors are taking daily chunks out of (...)

Evans, Henry Street: the shop is among the best on the street, with an overall floor area of 965sq m (10,393sq ft) over five levels. photograph: dave meehan

JACK FAGAN Commercial Property Editor A key trading opportunity on Dublin’s Henry Street has come on the market with the decision by the Arcadia Group(...)

Pandora, the global jewellery chain, is to open a new outlet on Dublin’s Henry Street. The shop has leased 70sq m (765sq ft) on the grou(...)