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LPP S.A. Press room The return of the classics in the Sinsay Black Luck collection

The return of the classics in the Sinsay Black Luck collection


This summer, Sinsay goes back to the fashion of the 90s in its most sensual version. The basis of the Black Luck collection are classic black dresses embellished with small floral patterns or modern details.

The 90s were not only about bright colours and baggy grunge cuts, but also about minimalism and girly classics. It is the latter that this season became the starting point for the Sinsay Black Luck collection. Among the dozens of pieces offered, a wide selection of summer mini, midi and maxi dresses comes to the fore, distinguished by elegant all black and black and white colour schemes. Seemingly simple styles attract attention with flowing or ribbed textures and decorative details such as frills, pleats, slits and lacing. Those who prefer unconventional solutions appreciate sets with crop tops and high-waisted skirts, attracting attention with discreet patterns. There are also simple jumpsuits and single white pieces in the form of romantic blouses and ripped jeans that enable you to create trendy monochrome outfits.

The summer range is complemented by a wide selection of accessories that match the collection’s aesthetic. There are various models of black mules, heeled or on a flat sole, which are suitable not only for everyday wear but also for more formal occasions. They are accompanied by elegant miniature bags and “baguettes” standing out for their snakeskin texture or decorative chain details.

Sinsay Black Luck collection is now available in selected Sinsay stores and at


LPP is a Polish family company, one of the most rapidly growing in the apparel industry in the Central and Eastern Europe region. For 30 years it has been successful in Poland and abroad, today selling stationery collections in 25 markets, including in such prestigious capitals as London, Berlin, Tel Aviv and Moscow. LPP manages 5 fashion brands: Reserved, Cropp, House, Mohito and Sinsay. At the end of 2020, the company had a network of over 1,800 sales salons totaling 1.4 million m2. The online range of brand collections is available in 30 markets. Based on the global supply network, the Polish clothing manufacturer distributes 259 million items of clothing per year to 3 continents. LPP also has an important role in creating jobs for nearly 22,000 people in the offices and sales structures in Poland, Europe, Asia and Africa. The company is listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange under the WIG20 Index and belongs to the prestigious MSCI Poland Index.