See what you find in the summer issue of “Vogue Polska”

(Photo by Arianna Lago)

In the summer issue, we look at how travel has influenced and influenced fashion, culture and art,” writes Ina Lekiewicz, editor-in-chief in the editorial. But it’s not all! You will find the July-August issue of the magazine with the next edition of the supplement “Vogue Polska Travel”, edited by Katarzyna Ciejka / Travelicious. This time we take our readers on a journey through the most beautiful Polish cities, perfect for a short break.

Holidays are travel time – both local and international. They were the main theme of our summer double issue, the cover of which we made in California. The phenomenal Lindsey Wixson-Young posed in front of Arianna Lago’s lens. The session is accompanied by a text by Karolina Sulej, who analyzes the American myth tour† “Today, this myth, which underlies many road movies, books, photos and music videos, is sold at roadside service points, which try to monetize the old dreams of the rebels,” the journalist writes. He emphasizes that it is not important whether the remaining places still exist. They still help to fulfill the dream of searching for yourself.

(Photo by Arianna Lago)

And which directions do the designers indicate? Where to go and how can mod help? Fashion editor Kamila Wagner seeks answers to these questions. Travel appeared on the pages of “Vogue” from the beginning of the 20th century. Over the years, editors and stylists traveled increasingly exotic and inaccessible directions, constantly sharing their impressions with readers. Travel is also ingrained in the DNA of many fashion brands. Louis Vuitton has been offering top quality suitcases and travel bags since 1854, Simon Porte Jacquemus delights his native France in his first publication and the Gucci in the Places project, which the brand has been developing for years, shows beautiful and stimulating locations.

(Photo by Noemi Ottillia Szabo)

In the United States, we also visited Texas, where Zuzanna Isham has lived for over four years. Before going abroad, she worked in the fashion industry, but lived a rather monotonous life. † Everyone knew he would eventually take me somewhere… he explains in an interview with Kamila Wagner. Today, she lives in a 120-year-old house with her husband, Chad. They travel and work together. They roam Texas in search of antiques and western vintage clothing. In addition, since she was twenty, Zuza herself wore cut handles and fringed jackets. After moving to the US, she started to pay more attention to the quality and origin of the products.

(Photo by Noemi Ottillia Szabo)
Susanna Isham (Photo: Cassidy Araiza)

Australian designers attach great importance to sustainable production and respect for the natural environment. Geographical alienation makes them dependent on local resources and they become resistant to an overload of incentives. “Australians know how to enjoy life and make the most of it. Instead of over-complicated, pretentious and complicated fashion, they value a fashion that has as much elegance as it is relaxed”writes Michalina Murawska, who suggests which brands from the antipodes should be taken into account.

We will also go to the French Riviera, where a unique photo session with Chanel projects has arisen. Kara Becker writes about the history of the south of France: “In the first half of the 20th century, the Riviera became a place of forbidden relationships and secret romances. The south of France offered tolerance and discretion. In September 1946, planes began to land in the azure waters, from which – right on the prepared boats – the greatest American stars emerged. That’s all to celebrate the first Cannes Film Festival. Everyone was there – from Elizabeth Taylor to Sophia Loren, Cary Grant and Jean-Paul Belmondo to Maria Callas. This is where the careers of both actors began and blossomed.”

(Photo by Ina Lekiewicz)

Małgorzata Rejmer tells in a very personal essay how the journey became her life, as well as a way to deepen the understanding of the world. On the other hand, Wojciech Engelking writes about the ties between American artists and Paris: “Although easy moneydue to the exchange rate of the dollar were the main reason for emigration to the Seine, not the only one. Second, emigration often wasn’t emigration — many of the Americans who settled in Paris simply didn’t return home after World War I. Europe seemed like a better place to live.”

(Photo by Ina Lekiewicz)
(Photo by Noemi Ottillia Szabo)

What else can you find in the summer edition of “Vogue Polska”? Kamila Wagner writes about the history of luggage, which in the past was supposed to be practical and today attracts attention with its design. In the beauty department, we recommend cosmetic novelties and take a closer look at sunscreens. The head of the culture department, Anda Rottenberg, describes the exhibition “Dorothea von Stetten-Kunstpreis 2022”, which can be seen at the Kunstmuseum in Bonn, and invites you to explore Barcelona and its surroundings. We also talk to Helena Stiasny, who, despite her young age, presents her paintings at exhibitions all over Europe. If you are looking for reading material for summer evenings, we recommend Cecilie Enger’s “White Map” and “Sexedpl. Growing Up with Love, Security and Understanding. A Parent’s Guide. Basia Czyżewska tells the story of the creation of the exhibition “Kantor’s Theatrical Costumes” and portrays genius photographer Joel Meyerowitz, and Artur Zaborski writes about Alexander McQueen’s Los Angeles exhibition.


The holiday issue of “Vogue Polska” with the addition of “Vogue Polska Travel” will be on sale from July 7. You can order the release today with home delivery on Vogue.pl

(Photo by Arianna Lago)
(Photo: Katarzyna Ciejka / Travelicious)

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