Wednesday, May 14, 2014


For those of you who haven't heard about SHABATIN - well, after reading this post - you might become a new fan of a new "label" in your #fashion pool:-)

SHABATIN is a brand created by latin-american dancer&fashion designer - Ewa Szabatin, who received major titles&other accomplishments in the world's most renowned latin-american dance competitions in many countries. Because of her life-long passions, including dance, music - in 2009 she decided to share her fashion skills with the rest of the world by organizing her first fashion show - Amabilis - in her hometown, in Warsaw.
Ever since, SHABATIN label became famous for its mysterious sensibility towards glamour, elegance and luxury. The brand impresses customers with high-quality fabrics, innovative shapes yet- everything with big attention to details.

I am totally in love with her latest SS2014 collection which was inspired by the work of Quentin Tarantino, pop art and very colourful 90'/ Just like Tarantinos' movies, this collection is influenced by postmodernism, bringing diversity and pluralism...Straight from the 90' she brought back colours and distinctive forms, in the shape of extended shoulders, prints and navel revealing blouses - celebrating women's power&independence.

 The collection is not only unique but also in line with latest trends this season, including fresh look, juicy green colours, natural jeans, black&white plaid, and my favourite vibrant colours of red&yellow!!

What is so unique about this collection are unique handmade revolver prints created by the designer's beloved artist - Robert Kuta!You will fin them not only all over the clothes - but also on scarves, caps and..iPhone cases:-)

One of my favourite is definitely hand-made wool coat - in black&white - so classy, yet very modern!!!
Just had a chance to try it on while I was visiting Ewa at her boutique located at Francuska19 in Warsaw! 

If you don't have a chance to go&see her designs at Ewa's beautiful boutique - you can find more about the designer&her collections on her website at

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