Last Thursday we said goodbye to the fall-winter season. How will we remember it? It was certainly good for the 80s style. We love vintage, which is why it makes us sad to store away all our padded shoulder jackets and chequered clothes. We will also miss animal prints, bright colors and large logos. And we would never want to say goodbye again to the new dress code, which is suits in a looser-fitting, more comfortable version. However, for consolation, we have the latest collections for spring/summer 2019, including some real gems, which we will be sporting until vacation time.
Presentation of spring-summer collections took place during our Open Day.
We hold two such events every year and as seasons change, our showroom at Szpitalna street in Warsaw turns into a meeting place for the fashion industry, during which you can view and comment on the next season’s collections. And they were something to talk about. The key trends for the new season will include e.g. a girly look, with a waist-fitting crown-printed dress. Other popular trends include references to vacation time and sunny beach, such as mesh, transparent materials, or foam rubbers in surfer girl-style. This summer we will wear all shades of yellow and sandy shades of beige.
Open Day is our little celebration
which is why we always provide the right scenery, snacks or additional attractions. This year’s setting was an enchanted garden. Flowers and golden framed mirrors were carefully arranged around our loft showroom. As we believe the meeting atmosphere is the crucial factor, with our guests in mind we had prepared a number of competitions with attractive prizes from such brands as Luxottica, Time Trend, Swarovski, Etam, Liu Jo, Puma, Tally Wejl, Skechers, F&F, Solar, Top Secret, Ecco, Mango, or Diego M.
The next Open Day will be in six months. Until then, let us enjoy all the trends that the current season has to offer.
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