The new issue of “Vogue Polska” in search of new classics

The end of March heralds the coming spring. This season, we search for “the new classics”. We watch the comeback of Burberry and Schiaparelli to the top. We shoot the latest haute couture collections, interview Aaron Esh, a designer of Polish descent, who made it to the final stage of the LVMH contest, and analyze the “quiet luxury” phenomenon of The Row brand.

“Designers like to surprise us, set trends and design bestsellers, but the grandest ambition for most of them is to create something timeless, which becomes a part of the canons of fashion for good. This season, this tendency is extraordinarily prominent,” — writes Ina Lekiewicz Levy in her editorial for the April edition of Vogue Polska. In this issue, we analyze the movements of the new classics. The cover photo shoot focuses on the haute couture designs examined by Kamila Wagner.

Piotr Zachara takes a look at brands being revived by their new creative directors. After three unsuccessful attempts of bringing the Schiaparelli fashion house back to life, the brand has been taken over by Daniel Roseberry as its creative director and has won the hearts of Lady Gaga, Beyoncé or Kim Kardashian. “After the recent haute couture shows, the Internet has been mad about three outfits resembling what you look like when undressing in a hurry after a costume party, as well as a dress attached to a sculpture worn by the model on her head,” writes Zachara.