Warsaw Central Station with David Hellqvist from Port Magazine and Bartek Pątkiewicz from Hot Herring.
David wears a bomber jacket made from Italian printed denim fabric
Bartek wears a checkered shirt made from fine Japanese fabric, Andrzej wears a shirt made from fine Italian denim
Stephen wears a knit made from fine Italian mix of linen and cotton
Konrad, Andrzej, Bartek
Warsaw Central Station – impressions
David wears Delikatessen bomber jacket and pigment dyed shirt
David wears Delikatessen pigment dyed shirt and bomber jacket. Bartek wears a waterproof parka
Konrad wears a chambray shirt with olive wood buttons
Abstract optical art and the square and symmetric artwork of Polish graphic artist and painter Henryk Berlewi (1894-1967) inspire the new collection. Re-interpreted Classic garments come in layered fabrics with mixed tonalities and touches in a multi-dimensional mix of colours and structures. Fabrics woven from different colours of yarns give garments a textural feel.
Oversized T-shirts in primary, monochrome and pastel colours loosely recall Berlewi in graphic designs by Warsaw-based graphic artist Edgar Bąk.