INIS MEÁIN

Forty kilometres by sea from Galway on the western shore of Ireland lies three, rocky Aran Islands. The middle one is called Inis Meáin, and it’s home to a proud knitwear maker named after the island.

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Living on Inis Meáin has never been for the faint of heart. For centuries, fishermen’s garments have been designed, knitted, and woven by the women of the island. This means that the collections that Inis Meáin produce are all inspired by the traditional dress of those who live on the island, as well as the environment itself. 

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