"THE WARSAW-BASED DESIGNER IS HER COUNTRY'S LEADING LIGHT AND HER CHARMING, SEXY AND CHIC HOMAGE TO MANHATTAN'S CREATIVE HEYDAY WAS SPOT-ON. KUCZYNSKA STARTED HER SHOW WITH THE SOUND OF DIANE KEATON STRUGGLING TO SING "IT HAD TO BE YOU" OVER THE NOISES OF BORED PATRONS FROM A PIVOTAL SCENE IN ANNIE HALL. SHE THEN PRESENTED A RANGE OF SEVENTIES-INSPIRED BLACK, GREY AND NAVY SEPARATES FOR MEN AND WOMEN. THE FORMS WERE SCULPTURAL, GEOMETRICAL, SENSUAL AND WILLOWY, FOR BOTH SEXES. SHE CAPTURED THE SEVENTIES IN SPIRIT, WITHOUT RESORTING TO CULTURAL CLICHES. KUCZYNSKA REALLY EVOKED THE ESSENCE OF ANNIE HALL. THAT MOVIE WAS HUMAN (THEREBY BOTH TIMELY AND TIMELESS) WHEREAS ALLEN'S MORE RECENT OFFERINGS HAVE BEEN SMUG, PATRONIZING AND SOULLESS CARICATURES OF URBANITES AND THEIR ISSUES. SIMILARLY KUCZYNSKA'S SHOW WAS AUTHENTICALLY INSPIRING AND GLAMOROUS BECAUSE IT WAS REALISTIC, EMPATHETIC AND INTELLIGENTLY DESIGNED." Diane Pernet ASVOF


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