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Mokotowska Street

Mokotowska Street is one of the most picturesque streets in the city, and it also offers some great shopping. From Plac Trzech Krzyży to Koszykowa Street, it is filled with little boutiques, many of them selling clothing and jewelry by up and coming Polish designers.

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Józefina

Józefina has one of the best shoe selections in the city, although that won’t be immediately clear. The shop is owned by an elegant woman named Jagoda, who stocks shoes by known brands and lesser-known French and Italian designers, as well as select pieces of clothing. Merchandising isn’t one of Jagoda’s strong suits, so you’ll have to approach her store with an open mind and a keen eye.

Mysia 3

Avoid the big names at the soulless shopping centre on nearby Bracka Street and instead head around the corner to this retail space where, alongside global brands such as Cos, Muji and Leica, you can pick up pieces from Polish designers including structural clothing from Elementy, leather sandals from Balagan and glasses by Gloomy Sunday.

Ania Kuczyńska

The Warsaw-born designer Ania Kuczyńska studied in Paris and Rome before returning to her home city to create sustainable, high-quality pieces with a strong sense of storytelling. Her latest collection is dedicated to inspiring women such as Simone de Beauvoir and Peggy Guggenheim, and reflects on what it means to be a woman in Poland’s current political climate.

EST by S

The unusual, flattering cuts at designer Gosia Sobiczewska’s courtyard boutique are based on the principles of simplicity, quality and empowerment, aiming to make the women who wear them feel better, stronger and liberated. All production is in Poland, with textiles (mainly cotton and jersey) also coming from Polish producers.

RISK made in Warsaw

Originally inspired by the humble grey hoodie, today this brand founded by Klara Kowtun and Antonina Samecka in 2011 has branched beyond just grey into a range of comfortable, stylish clothes designed for “real people and real bodies”. It also hosts community-focused events in-store including improvisational theatre, jazz concerts and ballet lessons.

TFH Koncept

Just up the street from RISK lies this tightly curated concept store that specialises in Polish and Eastern European clothing, art, and design pieces that tend towards the directional and fashion-forward. Pop in for MoMi-Ko’s origami-inspired suits, flamboyant silk pyjamas by Russian brand Son Trava and playful safari sculptures by Jakub Niewdana.

FENEK

Owners Agata Klimkowska and Tosia Kiliś met at art school and started working together making flower pots. They now turn out quirky, one-of-a-kind ceramics ranging from vases, plates and cups to brooches and curios on Tamka Street, where you can also check out cult coffee spot Stor and neighbouring shops Mood Scent Bar and Auris Garden.

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