No dearie. Biba wasn't a Polish shop.
How Poles in 70s and 80s could establish a brand in the UK? Poland was PRL back then so your question is weird.
The Polish clothes that were on sale in stores around the country were a very different kettle of fish. Nasty polyester jackets etc - that image unfortunately remains.
Were there Polish clothes in the UK???
On top of that Poles are very visible in the UK and you can't market a country as chic for fashion when people see its citizens in the street every day dressed dowdily and especially when they spend time moaning about how poor and grey and hard to live in Poland is!
That's silly. Do you say that average French people are fashionable?!
I'd add that every region in Europe has some folk art that is 'unique', the UK more than most.
But Americans don't have this kind of folk.
As an alternative to Biedermaier it's nice
Biedermeier? What Warsztaty Krakowskie or £ad have to do with biedermeier?
Sweet, but available already and who would buy?
Those who want to have a cool and unique house. You're probably much older than me that's probably why you like more classic things.
It would be easier to get the footfall.
With Czech design? I can think of any czech design product, can you help me?
Some was good
Good that you can acknoledge that...
WTF? Go and have a look n a hypermarket at British products and figure out why the export figures are what they are.
I don't ask you about products sold in hipermarkets (probably potatoes in Europe are also from Poland) but about products which are associated with Great Britain, which masks can sold in his small shop? :)