Over the past twenty-eight years (after the fall of communism), an impressive fashion scene has been developing in Poland, and the second part of Chrysalis book and on the Polish Fashion Stories/AFTER '89 section tell stories of some of the most influential figures of this period and new generation of fashion creatives; designers, fashion photographers, models, stylists, artists who are successful in Poland and abroad. We see more Polish designers, fashion photographers, models, stylists, make up artists and graphic designers who work on international projects, sell their products across the globe and are present on London Fashion Week, Paris Fashion Week or New York Fashion Week.
More than a supermodel. Anja Rubik is a creative institution in her own right
Nicknamed the ‘Tsarina of Polish Fashion’, Gosia Baczyńska is recognised as one of Warsaw’s most important contemporary female designers
Henryk Tomaszewski’s poster designs were given a new lease of life as part of Comme des Garçons.