Preeminent Polish designer Ania Kuczysnka is a master of understatement. Well, either that or she was bereft of a bright design idea when it came to opening up her flagship store on Mokotowska, Warsaw’s mode mile. For the champion of minimalism, it’s a stripped-back showground where the absence of superfluities places precedence on the dresses, leather bags and assortment of shinies. For the cynic, it’s more marketing nothing by using its nothingness to say that it’s something. Ideological interior-design warfare aside, though, the stock’s super simple, undeniably slick, and eye-wateringly priced.