Time Out says
Posted: Tue Nov 30 1999
Orla Kiely’s individual mismatching colour combos made her a name in the fashion world, and graphic prints and layered textures adorn the Covent Garden flagship. The Dublin-born designer has been called a ‘quiet force’ in the industry but her designs speak loud and clear, from original laminate totes and purses to leather bags. It may have been accessories that shot Kiely to fame, but her womenswear is attracting an increasing following. Stripy jackets, tops and flowery dresses are inspired by the 1960s and ’70s. The quality of the fabrics is top notch and garments are temptingly tactile, but they’re not cheap. This flagship store also stocks a selection of the label’s increasingly established homewares line.
Orla Kiely 31-33 Monmouth Street