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  • Magda Butrym, photo courtesy of the artist

    Magda Butrym's A/W 2015 collection has been widely hailed as the most exciting fashion debut of the season in Poland. The quality of the textiles she chooses and the painstaking attention to the details of craftsmanship are apparent in every piece, from sumptuous wool coats to whimsically asymmetrical shirtdresses. Read more about: Magda Butrym

  • Jadwiga Grabowska, 1975, photo by Lucjan Fogiel / Forum

    Fashion designer, the first art director of Moda Polska, co-architect of the enterprise’s success. Jadwiga Grabowska was born in Warsaw in 1898, died in her hometown in 1988. She has always been interested in fashion, and engaged in it professionally out of necessity. Read more about: Jadwiga Grabowska

  • Luiza Jacob, photo courtesy of the artist

    Luiza Jacob's label Dream Nation received the Designer of the Year 2014 title at the independent fashion fair HUSH Warsaw. This was yet another shot in the arm for the designer who has faith in Poles' willingness to dress comfy, joyfully, green, and consciously. Read more about: Luiza Jacob

  • Julia Kaleta, photo: Małgorzata Turczyńska for i-D Poland,

    A graduate of the first generation of students from the Fashion Department of the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts. She was the youngest student there, straight out of high school, but had already won the Poznań Art and Fashion competition. The first few months, she felt she was lagging behind. A breakthrough occurred when Monika Brodka performed on stage in her dress. Read more about: Julia Kaleta

  • Joanna Klimas, photo: Adam Pluciński

    An exceptional persona among Polish fashion designers, the first lady of minimalism. The first fashion designer after the system-wide transformation of 1989. At that time she was already distinct from what was happening on the market. This distinctness still defines her today. Read more about: Joanna Klimas

  • Local Heroes, fot. dzięki uprzyjmości projektantek

    A clothing brand founded in March 2012 by two twenty-year-olds. It was created just for fun, but everything changed when they gained a well-known new customer… Justin Bieber. Read more about: Local Heroes

  • Maldoror, photo courtesy of the designer

    Grzegorz Matląg, founder of the Maldoror fashion label and theatre costume designer Read more about: Maldoror

  • Michał Szulc, photo courtesy the designer

    Michał Szulc has been present on the fashion market since 2005, consistently managing to eschew the red carpet-inspired exaggeration or design experiments with one of Poland's contemporary favourites – grey sweatshirt fabric. Read more about: Michał Szulc

  • Zosia Ufnalewska, photo: courtesy of the artist

    She still can’t make up her mind about what she likes more – fashion design, or theatre and film costumes. She is still not sure if she wants to stay in Poland or go abroad. Read more about: Zosia Ufnalewska

  • Michał Łojewski, photo courtesy of the artist

    Michał Łojewski, co-founder and creative director of White Cat Studio, is a declared minimalist and a childhood spent in Japan significantly influenced his style philosophy. Read more about: WHITE CAT STUDIO