#ModicReview – Cracow Fashion Week

Krakow Fashion Week is an annual event that showcases the best of Polish fashion. It is a platform for established and emerging designers to present their collections to an international audience. One of the highlights of the event is the showcase of young designers from the SAPU Fashion School.

SAPU Fashion School is a renowned institution in Poland that provides aspiring fashion designers with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in the industry. The school has a strong focus on sustainability and ethical fashion, and this is reflected in the designs of its students.

The young designers from SAPU Fashion School who showcased their collections at Krakow Fashion Week impressed the audience with their creativity, innovation, and attention to detail. They presented a diverse range of styles, from avant-garde to minimalist, and they are a testament to the growing importance of sustainable fashion in the industry. They prove that it is possible to create beautiful, high-quality fashion while also considering the impact on the environment and society.

Krakow Fashion Week and SAPU Fashion School are both contributing to the growth of the fashion industry in Poland and beyond. By supporting young designers and promoting sustainable fashion practices, they are helping to shape the future of the industry and ensure that it remains relevant and responsible.

Scroll along to see what caught our eye

Karolina Siek

Maciej Nodzeński

Maciej Nodzeński

Martyna Niszewski

Photo credits: Air Lekka fotografia, Ana Zborowska, Anna Waz,
Elen Hakobyan, Krysztof Dynak, Pablo Charnas, Kukla

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