Polish 2018 Winter Olympics uniforms revealed
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The Polish Olympic team's uniforms for the 2018 winter games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, have been modelled during an Olympic fashion show in Warsaw.
Poland's 2018 Olympic outfits. Photo: PAP/Bartłomiej Zborowski.
Latvia, Serbia, Croatia, and Greece also showed off their Pyeongchang2018 outfits at the show, which was held under a 15-metre-tall tent on Thursday.
Made by the 4F clothing brand, the special collection uses modern technologies that the Polish Olympic Committee's Secretary General Adam Krzesiński said will “fully protect our sportspeople from Korea's weather conditions”.
Each set is made up of dozens of pieces, featuring geometric shapes, designed under the artistic direction of Ranita Sobańska, who started work on the collection two years ago.
Igor Klaja, CEO of the OTCF company which owns the 4F brand, said: “Polish sportspeople are our best ambassadors,” adding that the Olympic committees of other countries approached him with requests to make their uniforms as well.
Pyeongchang2018 will be the fifth Olympic games where the Polish team will wear clothing by F4. (vb/pk)