WE do not just find new streams of fashion in the East – emerging powers galore from the West await our discovery. Among all Poland is an exciting star to watch in a field where aesthetically bold London and Belgium triumph. The Fashion Culture Project – a collaboration between Poland and the UK – is to convey new artistic ideas and solutions are their national treasures.
The Polish-British Fashion Show will present the work of outstanding students from the Fine Arts Academies of Poland, namely the International School of Costume and Fashion Design in Warsaw, Lodz Academy of Fine Arts, and Cracow School of Art and Fashion Design as well as Great Britain, namely London College of Fashion and Central St Martins College of Art and Design. At the influential show, the creations of young Polish and British designers are displayed within the framework of Poland’s culture and heritage. As the designers have different views and backgrounds, they will also help integrate Poland into the international fashion world. This European art event will highlight the latest superb captivating ideas from the very cutting edge of avant-garde fashion.
After the White House show in April, the Second Edition of Fashion Culture Project will take place in Warsaw soon on the 16th of May, showcasing collections by Central Saint Martins graduates Aimee Matthew-John (the third prize winner), Gabriel Bakalarz, Jamesa Castle (the second prize winner) and Anki Letycji Walickiej – the first prize winner and SAPU graduate.