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QπШ – Robert Kupisz
Kupisz is one of the most charming characters on the style scene, having evolved from a professional dancer to celebrity hairstylist and most recently one of Warsaw’s hottest fashion icons. After dabbling with design for a few years he finally decided to open up a flagship boutique in Warsaw,... Read more
Victoria’s Secret

Victoria’s Secret

Shopping 12 October 2013 0

The international megabrand that made lingerie a household name and put Angels in suspender belts has made its first foray into the Polish market, opening up two boutiques last summer. Alas, we won’t find the gargantuan boutiques of New York City, filled to the brim with frills and lace,... Read more
Max Mara

Max Mara

Shopping 12 October 2013 0

One one of the biggest Max Mara’s in Central Europe and one of the first designed by Corso Vittorio Emanuele. This is shopping gone, “multi-sensory,” or so say the founders of the store, and it’s a beautiful space where wood, glass and light combine to create playful interiors made... Read more
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
The Comeback Kid

The Comeback Kid

Features 10 October 2013 0

Reduced to ashes and dust by the end of the war, the story of Warsaw’s Old Town could easily have been portrayed as one of tragedy. Instead, it is the reverse: the remarkable tale of an indomitable city that never gave up…  “I have seen many cities destroyed, but nowhere... 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
Brasserie Warszawska

Brasserie Warszawska

Blog 8 October 2013 0

ul. Górnośląska 24, tel. 22 628 923, brasseriewarszawska.pl Unless you’re caught in one of the annual trade union street ‘disputes’, Warsaw’s diplomatic district has the still, silent air of a sleepy little snoozefest – it’s an area of quiet parks and solemn statues, art nouveau architecture and tinted-out cars. While all... Read more
Insider’s top 5 at MoMA
Warsaw’s Museum of Modern Art doesn’t sound like the most promising way to spend an afternoon, yet it’s positively brilliant in its total peculiarities. And it’s free! See for yourself at Panska 3. Pan Guma by Pawel Althamer The swaying rubber form of Mr Guma – a deceased Praga... Read more
Atelier Amaro

Atelier Amaro

Blog 4 October 2013 0

I don’t like pigeons. They’re evil: a grubby begging bird that wallows in muck. I don’t exaggerate when I say I find them physically repulsive: the rat-like eyes, manky feathers and decomposing talons. Looking at them turns my tummy. So the thought of one of these blighters actually being... Read more

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