Cultured Cuppa X Alchemy juice Co

Green’s a day keep the doctor away The Kemp sisters started developing their unique business idea in the hight of the recession in Ireland. Launched in 2014 over BT2 on Grafton Street, Alchemy Juice Co have gone from strength-to-strength with a continued pledge to increase the health of the nation with food that is “nutritional and delicious”. An unexpected breast… Read more →

CulturedCuppa X River Island

River Island celebrated the launch of its SS16 men and women’s collections. The bright colours, mixed with apt textures and patterns, gives us all something to look forward to over the coming months. Unlike the women collections (which is a weird and wonderful collection of juxtaposing prints and colours), the mens series is tonal and serene and will keep you… Read more →

Cultured Cuppa X Max

Max is a twenty-five year old creative, independent fashion photographer, and avid sneaker collector who has made Berlin his home. Originally from Zeesen, a small rural village outside of Berlin, Max followed his passion for sneaker culture and his flair for creativity and city life into one of the world’s best cultural hot-spots. Niamh O’Donoghue caught up with him to… Read more →

Cultured Cuppa X Abrakebabra

Abrakebabra recently celebrated the launch of their brand new #NextGenAbra menu as well as a complete over-haul of the 30 restaurants nationwide. Abrakebabra is a 100% Irish owned fast-food franchise; with the original eatery opening in Rathmines in Dublin in 1982. The food-chain is perhaps best known for their 4am Doner kebabs, which make for an excellent source of soakage… Read more →

Cultured Cuppa X TMH

This week I had the pleasure of attending The Meeting House to help them celebrate the launch of their new and exciting Burmese brunch menu. Admittedly I had never been, and I had never tried Burmese cuisine before, but I had heard good reviews. The Meeting House is a contemporary eatery situated in the heart of the city in Dublin’s… Read more →

CulturedCuppa X London Fashion Week

When Expectation meets reality Last weekend I had the privilege of being sent to my first Fashion Week experience in one of the world’s best trend metropolises; London. Like many, my aesthetic obsession began from a young age with magazine clippings, scrapbooks, and heaps of Pritstick: although there was a dark period in my life filled with matching velvet tracksuits;… Read more →