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My romance with textiles and fashion started 17 years ago when I began my studies at Strzeminski Academy of Art in Poland. Since that time I have been a boutique owner, denim designer, designer of army uniforms, pattern cutter, garment technologist.

I love textiles for the endless room for creativity, It’s both a branch of art and an industry. I don’t enjoy the speed and pressure of the fashion industry, where ‘copy’ and ‘paste’ are the most often used design concepts and products. I have experienced this as a full time garment technologist working on production for the world’s biggest ‘fast fashion’ chain.

All you can see here in my Etsy shop or on my facebook page www.facebook.com/paczulafashion is a form of calming therapy after working a 9 hours minimum day, 5 days a week work in the craziest, busiest and most chaotic environment you can…

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  • Female
  • Born on February 14
  • Joined April 9, 2012

Favorite materials

Cotton, Linen, Silk, Viscose, Vintage, Recycled, Upcycled

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Paczula
Handmade, upcycled clothing, accessories...

About

My romance with textiles and fashion started 17 years ago when I began my studies at Strzeminski Academy of Art in Poland. Since that time I have been a boutique owner, denim designer, designer of army uniforms, pattern cutter, garment technologist.

I love textiles for the endless room for creativity, It’s both a branch of art and an industry. I don’t enjoy the speed and pressure of the fashion industry, where ‘copy’ and ‘paste’ are the most often used design concepts and products. I have experienced this as a full time garment technologist working on production for the world’s biggest ‘fast fashion’ chain.

All you can see here in my Etsy shop or on my facebook page www.facebook.com/paczulafashion is a form of calming therapy after working a 9 hours minimum day, 5 days a week work in the craziest, busiest and most chaotic environment you can imagine.

Most of my items are recycled. When I get bored with a top or trousers, I cut it into pieces and turn into a necklace or rug. This way a T-shirt which was one of 500000 pieces of exactly identical T-shirts can become something unique and one-of-a kind.

Please write to me and comment on my facebook page. I would love to receive your feedback.

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