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A Polish fashion touch at Cannes Shopping Festival

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22 April 2014
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It was a bit of the Polish touch on the Croisette last evening. We tasted and got into the vibes of the fresh Polish creativity under the great organisation of Dona PR Agency. 

The last evening show at Palais de Festival, Cannes showed us that style needs to be seen from different perspectives. Designers from Poland showed us that a different angle is nothing but a different vision of style. From casual chic knit dresses by Dressi to elegant vaporous dresses by the fashion designer Sylvia Romaniuk, there was a pleasant journey to take from one vision to another. Baby doll looks with short dresses accessorized with big sunglasses and knee-length boots stirred up a little the vamp style on the catwalk. Then, we were carried away by the fluid, glam dresses signed by Sylvia Romaniuk. We loved the idea of the long red dress that hides a magnificent floral mix print at the interior. Extremely chic and elegant! From short to long, Sylvia Romaniuk knows how to work lace, floral motifs and lines into elegant, chic and classy looks. The looks were sprayed in the finale with the designer`s fragrance La Selection. 

One Polish trend that seems to implement on the French Riviera is the big enveloppe bags. Here, there were presented under the signature of Antbags by Ania and Minge and Boro & Marc as a partner for underwear. Chic, glitzy, they can be worn either on elegant occassions or through a casual look. The one that caught our eyes was, definitely, the emerald color bag, a glam touch for every outfit. The bags were the perfect accessories for the casual chic looks created by Ewa Minge. 

Not only the bags are bigger in Poland, but also the jewelry. At least, this is what MUA jewelry designers showed us. Big, glam, sparkling jewelry that catches the eyes and the soul. We loved the elegant touch that every piece created and complimented the entire look. 

All the models on the catwalk wore Justyna Mariotti shoes and boots: from elegant to vamp style, from luxury touch to casual look shoes, there were great steps to be made with them and we loved the journey! 

The show was completed with different presentations like Hair Medic hair conditioner, DJ Bam enchanting us with their music and the American singer Nick Sickler that created the ambiance and entertained us. 

The words of the evening: a fashion journey through the different visions and styles of the Polish creativity; an event to inspire!

Editor Andra Oprea 

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