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Top 10 Poland fashion brands

joojoo 1 | -  
17 Sep 2011 /  #1
Hi , i am a designer and will go to warsaw next monday, can any one tell me which top 10 polish fashion brand i should visit their shops ?
ShAlEyNsTfOh 4 | 161  
18 Sep 2011 /  #2
I dunno bout the Poles back home, but the polki here in Canada are quite trendy.

TNA pants ftw!
Kitty 12345  
8 Mar 2012 /  #3
Esotique - lingerie
cannot remind myself anything more right now
fringxx - | 30  
8 Mar 2012 /  #4
I would add Gino Rossi, Lasocki, Ryłko, but these are shoe brands...
ladykangaroo - | 165  
8 Mar 2012 /  #5
will go to warsaw next monday

...that was in September. I believe OP might have found the shops already.
8 Mar 2012 /  #6
the names can be misleading, don't sound very Polish

Cropp town shops
Top Secret
Gino Rossi
Deni Cler


25 Mar 2013 /  #7
Hi, although it's already too late - here comes a true list for a designer. These are real fashion brands or young successful fashion designers:

Bohoboco Warsaw
Justyna Chrabelska
Simple - Creative Products
£ukasz Jemioł
Robert Kupisz
Gosia Baczyńska
Krystof Stróżyna
Joanna Klimas
Paprocki & Brzozowski
Maciej Zień
anish1982 - | 1  
4 Nov 2014 /  #8
Merged: Top 10 Fashion Brands for Kids in Poland

Dear All,

I am a manufacturer from India and would be visiting Poland this month end. I would like to know which are the top 10 fashion brands in Poland or Kidswear.

Monitor 13 | 1810  
4 Nov 2014 /  #9
Check here:

What brands for kids have cool clothes by you, except immortal H&M? ;) Where do you buy clothes for their children? (note, it is not necessarily for snob's thread - please do not portray individual items from Baby Dior that you have, concentrate only on the companies that you buy every day, like Cheerokee;)).

My discovery of the last days is Fixoni - one-pieces are really very cool quality, affordable also quite well - such as H&M, and sizes over 86.
jon357 73 | 22638  
26 Jun 2015 /  #10
[Moved from]: Fashion designer Minge on the market in Poland

Ewa Minge, the popular Polish fashion designer with the memorable name has floated her latest fashion business on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. This is actually quite a development - something like that in a more established trading environment would be traded on a secondary market if at all. Given that it's a start up with only 3 shops, it's almost crowdfunding. Perhaps this is the way to go.

I wouldn't myself - far too risky, but micro-microcap (nanocap?) stocks could well be the way for the future - and great news that the WSE has allowed this.

Shares in designer Ewa Minge's company will be sold to individual investors from 25 June until 2 July, with sales to institutional investors open one day longer, until 3 July

The company is counting on proceeds of about PLN 16 million (approx. EUR 3.8 million) from the IPO. The 450,000 shares on offer are expected to go at about PLN 35 (approx. EUR 8.50) apiece.

Investors are reportedly treating the offer as they would a start-up. The company's first three stores opened in April, with 25 expected by the end of the year, 10 owned by the company and 15 franchised out.


Of course with only three shops and virtually unknown out of Poland, plus a name that doesn't transfer well to English-speaking markets, there's a big danger that Minge is going to be licked by the competition...
rozumiemnic 8 | 3856  
26 Jun 2015 /  #11
plus a name that doesn't transfer well to English-speaking markets

no you are right, 'Minge' sounds terrible, she could change it to ;Mange' perhaps
jon357 73 | 22638  
26 Jun 2015 /  #12
It's good to be wary of stocks listed on the WSE - it isn't the market many people know best, however it might be worth looking into it with a view to having a sniff at Minge. The question is, with a business so small and specialised as Minge, if the shares start to drop, I wouldn't be sure of when to pull out.
Levi 11 | 433  
27 Dec 2015 /  #13
I Love 4F
27 Dec 2015 /  #14
Reserved do some nice clothes, and they are expanding outside PL too. Unfortunately not in the UK :(
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6139  
27 Dec 2015 /  #15
Cardno85 31 | 971  
22 Mar 2017 /  #16
This seems to have been hacked by foreign producers which isn't really within the thread title, but there is a good Oswiecim brand by the name of Intruz which is popular with the hip-hop/skater crowd.
26 Nov 2017 /  #17
Hi dears,

Let me introduce myself "Liton" Mr. Merchandiser here at 'VIRTUOUS FASHION' a buying agent and we have 8 knitwear, 2 woven and 2 sweater factories at our supplier base maintaining ACCORD or BSCI ethics or WRAP or ICS etc. and working for clients at EUROPE.

We are doing Men's and Ladies - Boys and Girls along with Kids knitwear products.
We are engaged to maintain quality standard, ethical and social responsibilities, lead time with full logistics supports.
We offer competitive and reasonable price.

Please suggest if we can have opportunity to work as your supplier and upon your demand - I would like to send you our company profile and our product catalogue. So that you can have a look what type of product we do.
WielkiPolak 54 | 988  
30 Dec 2017 /  #18
I'll be honest, I don't know any Polish brands off the top off my head, and while that might say something about me, it says a lot about how much the country is struggling to create recognisable world brands.
NoToForeigners 6 | 948  
30 Dec 2017 /  #19
that might say something about me

It does.

The List:

Big Star
This i recommend:
WielkiPolak 54 | 988  
30 Dec 2017 /  #20
It does.

Yeah nobody in the UK or USA knows any of these brands. I don't see these in any shops. I don't know how well known they are in central Europe.
NoToForeigners 6 | 948  
30 Dec 2017 /  #21
Beside Levi's and Nike i can't bring any american clothing brands from the top of my head.

My personal fav is Polish brand Diverse
WielkiPolak 54 | 988  
30 Dec 2017 /  #22
Fair enough. I'm not blaming them for not being known outside Poland. In fact, it's probably more to do with the how uneven things are and how hard it is to get your brand out there, even if it's good quality. Some big brands would like to have a monopoly on everything in their ideal world.
texas 1 | 21  
2 Jan 2018 /  #23
Lasocki (beautiful leather shoes, bags, and accessories) - the brand is sold in stores called CCC.
Risk is a clothing boutique in Warsaw that has a few locations, I think.
terri 1 | 1661  
2 Jan 2018 /  #24
Wittchen for leather items
2 Jan 2018 /  #25
Carinii. They do very nice leather boots.

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