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New Fashion Spot in Warsaw
May 31, 2012   
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A new, original boutique has opened at 1 Syki St. (corner of Zwycięzców St.) in Saska Kępa, one of the most charming districts of Warsaw, offering designs from fashion designer Ewa Morka. Alongside original designs by Morka, the boutique also offers carefully selected, unique accessories, both Polish and foreign.

The main collection offered by this boutique was designed by Morka, who has created an exclusive brand of clothing for women under her own name. Her designs are distinguished by their simple, but carefully thought-out lines.

“I design for women who are confident with themselves—women who want to be different but who do not want to be conspicuous, women who appreciate originality but who are not ostentatious, women looking for discreet elegance with character,” Morka says.

Thanks to their minimalist form, frequently punctuated with a single strong element of detail, her designs are both original and universal. The comfort and simplicity espoused by the designer is currently the height of sophistication.

The boutique offers tailored jackets and classic trousers, but also more extravagant slim fit trousers, loose blouses and oversize tunics, with material imported from Italy and France, with the perfect finishing of garments ensured by a Polish company sewing clothes for brands such as Burberry, Armani or Sonia Rykiel. Many designs are only available in very limited numbers.

Morka is a graduate of the faculty of fashion design at the ŁódĽ Academy of Arts and also a graduate of Italian studies at the University of Warsaw. She has been a fashion designer for eight years. Since 2011, she has given her name to an exclusive brand of women’s fashion, and in October last year she decided to open her first fashion boutique in Warsaw. The boutique aims to meet the needs of the modern woman, which means the designer is ready to provide advice to customers in person.
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