Warsaw, March 21st: In the unique space of Szucha Premium Offices, there was a show of Łukasz Jemioł collection for the spring/summer 2017 season. The new designer collection, superimposed on nearly 40 silhouettes on the catwalk, is a reference to the 80's climate - the most fashionable trend of the season. The idea of creating a collection inspired by the decade, in which the designer was born, came from a sentimental to those days, as well as the interest in street style, which today as a result of bloggers and influencers, it sets fashion trends. Urban jungles such as New York, Tokyo and London became a source of inspiration for new projects by Łukasz Jemioł. The designer chose deconstructed shirts, jackets and oversize jackets, wide trousers with legs over ankles, jeans, leather as well as vibrating frills and melanges. The whole of the show neatly tied belts fastened in waist of models. There was also the premium fabrics - transparent silk, delicate hand embroidered lace and soft wool. Among the patterns, the main motives are stripes and check, which perfectly blend with strong color blocks. Orange red, white and saffron yellow are the most popular in the collection. "I wanted the spring-summer collection to be energetic and have a positive charge. We miss for the sun, beautiful aura, so a large dose of expressive colors in our wardrobe will perfectly complement shortages in the weather. The show specially was organized on the first day of spring, to use its symbolic power. Therefore, on some clothes appeared the inscriptions "Perfect day" - says Łukasz Jemioł.