The innovative app that tells viewers what people are wearing on TV could bring an end to product placement in shows.
Following the economic slowdown due to the coronavirus epidemic, around 300,000 people working in the fashion industry in Poland may lose their jobs, according to a report by the PwC consulting firm and the Association of Polish Trade and Services Employers.
With 460 shops worldwide and selling over 210,000,000 items of clothing per year, the massive international scale means that the company's decisions can have an environmental impact well beyond Poland’s borders.
The fashion firm, whose brands include Reserved, Cropp and Sinsay, currently manufactures a third of its clothing in China – alternative locations are now under discussion.
Discovered on Instagram by Marc Jacobs, Karolina Pawelczyk’s work is fast going global
Starting off in 2013 as an online store, after Justin Bieber began wearing their stuff a whole list of celebrities including Miley Cyrus, Rihanna, Katy Perry and Cara Delevingne followed suit. Surprisingly, therefore, they’ve never actually had their own bricks and mortar shop. Until now…
Inspired by European cities Karolina Naji’s designs take humble shirts and turn them into something so much more.
The 29-year-old whose work has appeared in some of the world’s leading fashion magazines received the British Fashion Council’s recognition in the ‘Image Makers’ category.
From an Italian Baroque villa embodying feminine ideals, to retro Italian aristocrat, 90’s rebel and ultimately a mermaid in a huge aquarium, Reserved’s latest ad starring super model Kendall Jenner is sending the internet wild.
The value of the fashion sector in Poland is 29.1 billion PLN which is forecast to grow to 43 billion PLN by 2022.