Perebor Weaves and Embroidery
The Zadushki collection is shrouded in the mystical atmosphere connected to the old Slavic tradition known as Dziady. It was believed that in November, on All Souls’ Day, the ghosts of the dead lined up in a procession and left cemeteries to visit their family houses. An important element of this tradition was lighting bonfires on crossroads so that the traveling souls would not get lost. The mysterious atmosphere of those days was an inspiration for the Zadushki collection: decorative elements hidden behind plackets and box plates become visible and reveal their beauty with the natural movement of the garments on the body. A visual inspiration for creating the collection came from two sources: the famous play by the Polish poet Adam Mickewicz “Dziady” [Forefather’s Eve], and the Estonian movie “November,” directed by Rainer Sarnet.
How I is a fashion brand created from the love to the Polish countryside and folk tradition. The clothes we make are inspired by Polish handcraft, which we give new and stylish forms. We put out only a few pieces of each model decorating every item with a unique pattern. As a result, all of our products are truly special.
We support Polish businesses by buying from them products such as fabrics or threads. Our clothes are sewn in Poland only. Since we favor eco-friendly solutions, our dresses are made from highest quality, all natural fabrics, which feel great on the skin. We make sure that our clothes are manufactured with the highest attention to detail. We are no strangers to the zero waste idea, so we recycle our fabric leftovers to make stylish bags for our products.