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valkyrie Activity: 1 / 9
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  Dec 4 '07  #1

Are there many clothing companies in Poland? I would love to see Polish made clothing,sweaters,etc, in the USA!! As I took my girls shopping at JC Pennys the other day, I looked at all the tags to see where the clothing was coming from and ''wished there was clothing from Poland on the racks to buy!!'' talk to me folks and if you can solve this problem ''so I can buy clothing from Poland in the USA stores.'' I would be one happy woman:) :)
Polson Activity: 6 / 1,792
Joined: May 9, 2007 ♂
  Dec 4 '07  #2

There are Polish clothing companies, but don't know if there are in the US...

That's my favorite one ;) re-reserved.com
El Gato Activity: 4 / 355
Joined: Sep 21, 2007 ♂
  Dec 4 '07  #3

Quoting: valkyrie
Are there many clothing companys in Poland? I would love to see Polish made clothing,sweaters,etc, in the USA!! As I took my girls shopping at JC Pennys the other day, I looked at all the tags to see where the clothing was coming from and ''wished there was clothing from Poland on the racks to buy!!'' talk to me folks and if you can solve this problem ''so I can buy clothing from Poland in the USA stores.'' I would be one happy woman:) :)



Many companies are finding it easier to outsource into eastern and central europe instead of Asia, so in the future we will see many "Made in Poland" or "Made in Romania" tags on clothing and toys. Another bonus for those countries are that they "feel more at home" with their" European brethren"


I read that right off a news page in school once. I thought it was pretty interesting.
Grzegorz_ Activity: 54 / 5,705
Joined: Nov 16, 2006 ♂
  Dec 4 '07  #4

Big Star is Polish too.
valkyrie Activity: 1 / 9
Joined: Nov 9, 2007 ♀
  Dec 5 '07  #5

I checked out re- reserved.com there is some really pretty stuff!! I would really like to see Polish buisinesses grow. clothing is the first thing I and I would certainly buy them.

oops a button was hit before i was done...I checked out re- reserved.com. there is some really pretty stuff!! I would really like to see Polish businesses grow!!!Poland and Polish people are capable of big business!!(there was question about that on another thread) clothing is the first thing I think of as far as any business goes and I would certainly buy them from you. Be it bringing your own stores to America or just clothing shipped and distrbuted to different already established stores in the USA.
Quoting: Polson
There are Polish clothing companies, but don't know if there are in the US...
They should be as far as im concerned!!!
p.s what is big star?
randompal Activity: 7 / 308
Joined: Jul 10, 2007 ♂
  Dec 5 '07  #6

quite a few of the Polish brands (Diverse, Big Star, Reserved, etc) have their clothes made in China, just like anyone else...
inkrakow   Dec 5 '07  #7

Quoting: valkyrie
I would love to see Polish made clothing,sweaters,etc, in the USA!! As I took my girls shopping at JC Pennys the other day, I looked at all the tags to see where the clothing was coming from and ''wished there was clothing from Poland on the racks to buy!!'' talk to me folks and if you can solve this problem ''so I can buy clothing from Poland in the USA stores.'' I would be one happy woman:) :)


Isn't a sweatshop a sweatshop, wherever in the world it is?! Why do you want to support Polish sweatshops in particular??
LondonChick Activity: 32 / 1,145
Joined: Nov 19, 2007 ♀
  Dec 5 '07  #8

Do you mean Polish manufactured or Polish design?
Polson Activity: 6 / 1,792
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  Dec 5 '07  #9

Quoting: randompal
quite a few of the Polish brands (Diverse, Big Star, Reserved, etc) have their clothes made in China, just like anyone else...


Or made in India...i think i have a T-shirt "Reserved" made in India...

:)
Zgubiony Activity: 16 / 1,569
Joined: Oct 20, 2006 ♂
  Dec 5 '07  #10

I believe Mexx is one.
LondonChick Activity: 32 / 1,145
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  Dec 5 '07  #11

Quoting: Zgubiony
I believe Mexx is one.


No - Mexx originated in the Netherlands but is now US owned.
FISZ Activity: 25 / 2,135
Joined: Jun 14, 2006 ♂
  Dec 5 '07  #12

Quoting: LondonChick
Mexx originated in the Netherlands but is now US owned

Interesting. I've never heard of it here. Maybe we sell it in Europe only.

....ahhh Liz Claiborne ownes it now
LondonChick Activity: 32 / 1,145
Joined: Nov 19, 2007 ♀
  Dec 5 '07  #13

Quoting: FISZ
Interesting. I've never heard of it here. Maybe we sell it in Europe only.


Good point - I've never seen a Mexx store in the US, however it is owned by the same co as Liz Claibourne.

Complete tangent, but I love Mexx.... directional without being too trendy, well made and value for money.
valkyrie Activity: 1 / 9
Joined: Nov 9, 2007 ♀
  Dec 5 '07  #14

Quoting: LondonChick
Do you mean Polish manufactured or Polish design?

designers, any thing healthy....that would propel good business.

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Quoting: inkrakow
Isn't a sweatshop a sweatshop, wherever in the world it is?! Why do you want to support Polish sweatshops in particular

I didnt really think of it as supporting polish sweat shops when i asked, i just thought of the one thing that is in my world(clothing) that i would like to see in the usa from my other fav place poland...I have seen on other treads people talking about the polish and businesses; being capable of big business, etc. it was just a thought ....poland and america there my 2 places. if ya want me to shut up i will....hhmm
z_darius Activity: 14 / 3,997
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  Dec 5 '07  #15

poland-export.eu/categories/showcategory.php?categories=82&lang=en
flechazo Activity: - / 1
Joined: Dec 6, 2007 ♂
  Dec 6 '07  #16

Thread attached on merging:
Question about polish fashion companies

helo
my name is Michael
I need some advise from someone who maybe lives in warsawa and s.o.
I would like to know some names of polish fashion companies or polish brand clothes.

best wishes
michael
hello Activity: 25 / 913
Joined: Dec 5, 2006 ♂
  Dec 6 '07  #17

Lodz is the capital of Polish fashion (at least production). Some said "Big Star" is Polish, but I'm not sure about that..
sridevi   Dec 20 '07  #18

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holiday   Jun 3 '08  #19

I think Big star is a german company, not polish

Hi
Myname is Michela...why do you need these kind of info?
jas   Jul 12 '08  #20

hi
i am looking for designers and merchandisers to work in the UK office but must have good knowledge of the european fashion
jas.mail@virgin.net
Guest   Jul 13 '08  #21

My daughter is part Polish. She will be attending a church camp for the summer. I am wanting to know where I can purchase a traditional dress for Multicultural night.
jack ashore Activity: - / 3
Joined: Jul 19, 2008 ♂
  Jul 20 '08  #23

-a lot danish clothe, designs for eksports are produced in Poland.. I produce on polyester for sport in Poland - for the Danish / scandinavian market

I even eksport T-shirts with designed screenprint to Poland - from Denmark.

"the dane"
J
robpil Activity: - / 1
Joined: Jul 25, 2008 ♂
  Jul 25 '08  #24

Hello, I am from Poland and I live near Big-Star Company. w.bigstar.pl
Guest   Jul 30 '08  #25

valkyrie:


Are there many clothing companies in Poland? I would love to see Polish made clothing,sweaters,etc, in the USA!! As I took my girls shopping at JC Pennys the other day, I looked at all the tags to see where the clothing was coming from and ''wished there was clothing from Poland on the racks to buy!!'' talk to me folks and if you can solve this problem ''so I can buy clothing from Poland in the USA stores.'' I would be one happy woman:) :)

Manufacturers/Exporters of All types of knitted Garments & Organic cotton garments to all.from Indiaapparelarrow@gmail.com
nainaadnani Activity: - / 3
Joined: Feb 5, 2010 ♀
  Feb 5 '10  #26

hi...
i worked for big star its a polish company.
i am Indian girl from fashion background living in Poland .
n i know lot of companies like re-reserved , zara , artman , LPP , BS n many more buy from india.
thy produce there goods in india being in this line so have good eknowledge in this.

any body interested to buy any fashion garment product from India or wnt to start there own import feel free to contact me.

Thanks
julfikar   Feb 5 '10  #27

nainaadnani
Hi
I’m Julfikar from Bangladesh!
II saw in Linkedin network your proposal.
It's Influence me to contact with your Company.
Mainly I am doing Apparel & Clothing Manufacturer, Exporter and Treading business.
I will very great full to your company that you give me an opportunity,
to know more details about your company... Like your Product,
Your Quality, Brands....

Please send me your product list with picture by email,
to my company or my won julfikara@gmail.com or brandsone@gmail.com


Kinds regards

Julfikar

Company Name; Brands-1 bd Apprel
Contact No: +8801720514179
julfikar   Feb 8 '10  #28

hi
I am julfikar from Bangladesh.I seeking some importer for export ready med Garments, I also Manufacturer,waiting our feedback.
Julfikara@gmail.com
brandsone@gmail.com
TIT Activity: 5 / 215
Joined: Jan 7, 2010 ♂
  Feb 8 '10  #29

julfikar:
I seeking some importer for export ready med Garments, I also Manufacturer,waiting our feedback

Do you do Louis Vuitton? I would be interested.
vilunida Activity: - / 1
Joined: May 12, 2010 ♀
  May 12 '10  #30

nainaadnani:
w.bigstar.pl

hello. I'm interesting!



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