Polish Cultural Institute has created the first English-language publication devoted to the evolution of fashion in Poland from the 1930s to the present day. Chrysalis. Polish Fashion Stories features the profiles of 42 Poland's most exciting designers and the country's most groundbreaking fashion. The art book designed by Tomek Borowski gives an insight into the fascinating transformation of Polish fashion and it is launched alongside an accompanying website www.polishfashionstories.com Only 200 copies have been printed and they are not yet in the public circulation. However the goal is to put the Chrysalis on bookshops shelves next to the albums on designers from all around the globe.
The website www.polishfashionstories.com is to create a constantly updated source of information about the past and current trends in Polish fashion, information on the industry in Poland from fabric producers to catwalks and photo shooting locations.
If you have an interest in Polish and international fashion, if you are part of the industry or if you would like to share your ideas in the written or visual form, you could be contributing to the growth of the website. We are on a hunt for a voluntary (for the time being) editorial team (incl.bloggers) which will develop the Polish Fashion Stories website. Please send us your article/feuilleton/essay/photo reportage if you would like to become a credited contributor to the project.
Written form can be submitted in English (preferable) and Polish. Deadline: 31 July 2017
If you feel tempted or whether have any doubts or questions, please contact us for more details!