The collection from Piotr Drzal was very cruise- the colours were mostly pastel, with shades ranging from a deep powdery blue to pale lime green. The materials were aerodynamic- Piotr focuses a lot on the shape in his collections, and in the shapes that the clothes out of certain materials make. Maybe the influences for […]
There is no one on the modern day stage who is more of a superstar than Adele. Her emotional heartwarming songs have put her in the no 1 spot on charts for sixteen consecutive weeks. If that, and the many awards are not enough to prove that it’s not all about easy-to-the-ear pop, I don’t […]
What I loved about the collection from Natasha Pavluchenko was the sheer raw energy it had- the focus was more on the feel that the designs gave, not only on the designs themselves. For most upcoming designers, this is a very good shift in focus- if you want to create a good collection, you have […]
Since I could only get a few of the pictures up last night, here are the rest!
Fashion Week is as exhilarating as it is exhausting, and what many don’t know is that every second count! For the company Bohoboco, which was started in 2009 by Kamil Owczarek and Michal Gilbert Lach. Their passion for creating simple, constructive and yet at the same time feminine designs have long excelled beyond that of […]
Although the Agutti show was interesting, most of the photos I took there have already been posted up. Therefore, I’m going to show the Sloma- Trymbulak collection instead. I really like the idea of using a star constellation as an inspiration for their work, and their kilt style trousers are altogether something completely new. With […]
I thought it would be interesting to put together two completely contrasting fashion companies together, both which I saw at the Warsaw Fashion Weekend. Agutti- a company raised in creating completely classic formal gowns and wedding dresses, went out into the world in 2005. Since then, Agutti has dressed Polish stars such as Edyta Gorniak […]