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Boutiques

Poland

Flash

Warsaw, Poland

Designers to look out for:

Yohji Yamamoto, Vivienne Westwood, Cedric Jacquemyn, Alessandra Marchi, Isabel Benenato, Margaret Howell, Scunzani, Lemaire

About the store:

Situated in the Mokotowska fashion district of Warsaw, Flash, with its minimalist, simple and luxurious style has become one of Poland’s most talked about boutiques. Not only because of its dedicated founders, for whom fashion is a way of life but also because it is the only boutique in Poland to stock front line designers. The name Flash was adopted due to the speed in which new collections would be on sale in store and also testament to the fact that they have become a salient conduit between global fashion and the fashion lovers of Warsaw.

Likus Concept Store

Krakow, Poland

Designers to look out for:

Givenchy, Maison Margiela, Dsquared², Saint Laurent, Jimmy Choo, Alexander McQueen

About the store:

Likus Concept Store was one of the first Polish luxury retailers to integrate high fashion with fine dining. The family-run business boasts two impressive locations in Krakow and Wroclaw, which are set in a minimalist yet opulent style that sees antler chandeliers and books lining the washed grey concrete walls.

Uzerai

Warsaw, Poland

Designers to look out for:

Tom Binns, Shaun Leane, Lara Bohinc, Zagliani, Antonio Bernardo, Wouters & Hendrix, Hervé Van Der Straeten, Iosselliani

About the store:

Poland’s premier jewellery and accessory boutique is located in the famous Metropolitan Building, designed by Sir Norman Foster. The boutique features exclusive collections from luxe international labels, with a focus on traditional craftsmanship, artistry and prestige brands.

Vitkac

Warsaw, Poland

Designers to look out for:

Alexander McQueen, Dsquared2, Givenchy, Jimmy Choo, Lanvin, Rick Owens, Saint Laurent

About the store:

Vitkac is Poland’s only luxury department store, offering a one-stop shop for men’s and women’s designer fashion. The spacious, five-storey building is on Warsaw’s most fashionable shopping street and also comprises two bars, a restaurant and a delicatessen.