Ania Kuczyńska

Ania Kuczyńska

Shopping 12 October 2013 0

Known for wearable, feminine clothing, Kuczyńska’s inspirations come courtesy of a variety of bizarre, international influences. A past collection, entitled ‘Love Hotel’ was, for instance, inspired by the novel Dance, dance, dance by Japanese author Haruki Murakami; other collections, meanwhile, have been influenced by animals, origami, fragrances, Japanese Manga,... Read more
Reykjavik District

Reykjavik District

Shopping 12 October 2013 0

Once you walk through the somewhat shabby main gate, veer to the left and walk up the staircase to enter the Reykjavik District. Reykjavik presents a very sophisticated collection of high-end suits and shirts designed by upcoming designer Olly Lindal. Olly and his wife opened the shop after moving... Read more
Plac Trzech Krzyży 3/4
If Mokotowska represents the heartbeat of the Polish fashion scene, then Pl. Trzech Krzyży is more Warsaw’s wider, global conscience. From the offset, though, there’s something different about Plac Trzech Krzyży 3/4, something that separates it from the other world class boutiques that line the ‘square’. Found in a... Read more
Bizuu

Bizuu

Shopping 14 September 2013 0

Every few months or so, a new shop pops up and Bizuu is my absolute favourite so far. It’s not as intense about hi-fashion like the shops up the block, in fact, you won’t find any international designers here – but what you will find is an absolutely gorgeous... Read more
Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton

Shopping 12 September 2013 0

At last, the famous LV monogrammed bags, wallets, suitcases and shoes have made their way to Poland. If you’ve been around Al. Jerozolimskie over the past month, you would have noticed that the upscale, ultra elegant Vitkac department store has become home to the Louis Vuitton shop (the huge... Read more
Designer Secret

Designer Secret

Shopping 5 September 2013 0

Warsaw’s rebirth is complete. A city once regarded as dark, drab and dowdy has come to be recognized as one of the most thrilling cities in Europe. That’s something reflected in her architecture, attitude, restaurants and bars. It’s also mirrored by her growing taste in fashion. A city that... Read more
D. Bramante 1928
One of the things I love to do is exploring the side streets to see what stores have opened, what’s closed and to look again at what historical remnant of the past still lingers about. Recently, one morning, I was walking down Wiejska and saw this new shop with... Read more