Episode 7: Kuba Dabrowski

In this episode, Kuba Dabrowski explores his Photographic Memory: one of his earliest black and white images, taken in his childhood bedroom of a collection of his most prized possessions.

Polish photographer Kuba Dabrowski is best known for his documentary work from portraits of well known faces like David Lynch to soldiers in Afghanistan. He has exhibited at Walsaw’s Zachęnta National Gallery of Art as well as regularly covering the international fashion week calendar for WWD.

In this episode he explores his early photography as a child, our parallel working practices and life at fashion week.

On the metro in Poland by Kuba Dabrowski

Sir Paul Smith by Kuba Dabrowski
Sir Paul Smith by Jonathan Daniel Pryce

An example of post-Soviet influence on fashion: Gosha Rubchinskiy, Paris by Jonathan Daniel Pryce

WWD ‘They Are Wearing’

Achtung Mode

Street photographers during Paris Fashion Week – Vanni, François, Kuba, Yu – taken from the book Garçon Style.

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