RTE has published a new interview with the chief executive of epic designs, which is a major design house in Ireland and is owned by a company based in France.
The chief executive, who asked not to be named, said epic was working on a range of products and the future would be “much more about design”.
He said epics focus would be on creating products that would “change the way people interact with the world”.
In a recent interview, epic described itself as a “global design powerhouse” with offices in Dublin, Paris, Berlin, London and Milan.
The company, founded in 2012, is known for its eponymous range of designer goods, including footwear, watches, shoes and handbags.
Epic is the second major Irish company to take the helm at the helm of a major US fashion house, with other firms such as Hermès and Calvin Klein taking over the brands in recent years.
The future of epics design is unclear at this stage.
But a spokesperson for epic said it had “no immediate plans” to launch new designs.
The firm is also planning to launch a range “inspired by the spirit and history of epicycles”.
A spokesperson for the epics company said that the “future of epicist design will be very much about bringing the essence of epikey to life through a variety of innovative products and services”.
“Our focus is on creating a range that will change the way we interact with our surroundings, and our customers and partners.
We are working with brands in the fashion industry and beyond to bring these ideas to life,” the spokesperson said.”
The future is very much one of innovation, of bringing design to life.”