circle skirt PRIMA BALLERINA birds of warsaw

sewn in Żuromin

136.00 $

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LIMITED EDITION The circle skirt is one of fashion’s great classics. Seemingly the simplest cut, it somehow uses up the greatest amount of fabric! That’s why it drapes so softly on your hips — every inch of length serves to set off the feminine shapes. „Prima Ballerina is our favourite skirt - it combines charm, flair and has pockets too :) We’d say that this skirt goes great with virtually any other garment.” say designers Klara Kowtun and Antonina Samecka.
Who’s responsible for designing Birds of Warsaw print? Paweł Palikot. ‘The print is based on Shin hanga japanese xylograph (‘New Prints’), which got stuck in my head quite a while ago. I focused on Koson Ohara’s birds. I wanted them to be intense, exotic even. Cause when you take a look at birds like kingfisher, golden oriole or great tit, you see that they are so expressive and colorful, just like the ones you see in tropical countries. It’s just that we don’t usually have a chance or take time to look at them and take notice.’ says Paweł. Let this print treat you well and travel with you to countless places.

Content: 93% viscose, 7% elastane.
Fabric made in Łódź.
The skirt was sewn in Żuromin.
Wash on hand wash cycle, inside out, using a mild detergent. Iron inside out, set heat to less than 2.
• Elastic waistband guarantees comfort.
• It has two pockets.
• Raw hem secured with a special stitch.
• Dry flat. • Each piece has a unique print alignment.
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