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Celebrating Fashion
June 17, 2010   
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More than 600 fashion industry insiders as well as businesspeople, diplomats, celebrities and reporters flocked to Warsaw’s Sheraton Hotel Sunday, May 16, for an annual celebration of fashion held by the Moda&Styl fashion magazine.

The event featured the latest collections from both Polish and foreign clothing companies, in addition to shows of bathing suits and lingerie.

Fashion collections were shown by the likes of Charles Vogele, New Yorker, Henri Lloyd, Taranko, Semper, Cotton Club, Lavard, Studio Mody Mona, Vido, and E.M. Cashmere. Shows of bathing costumes featured brands such as Etam, Ewa Bien, Li Parie, and Seafolly, while Pigeon, Ab Ovo Lingerie, Livia Corsetti, Li Parie, and Etam unveiled their new exclusive lingerie.

There were also footwear collections from Hegos, Mateo, Badura, Bucikowo, and Clemente, along with purses from Batycki.

Moreover, the event featured shows by designer Dorota Zielińska, pantyhose maker Adrian, and the Rena Lange and Renato Nucci brands.

Other special shows included those of underwear by Impetus, whose exclusive distributor is Textil House, and by Dolce&Gabbana and Just Cavalli, both of which are represented in Poland by the Level company.

There were also presentations of products from the main sponsors of the event, including the MSI Polska company, which makes notebooks, netbooks and “all-in-one” computers, and luxury car dealer Auto Sim, which showed the latest Ferrari model.

In between the fashion shows, the guests were entertained by well-known music acts, including the Blue Cafe band, Nick Sinclair, and Natalia Lesz.
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