In the wake of the fall of the Berlin Wall, Warsaw also frees itself from the pact that has kept it in the grip of prohibition and restriction of any kind of free expression.
The young Polish generation wants to move without limitations, to unhinge all the castrating rules that have been in force until then, to party.
Neither of them defines himself as a designer, however their creations have fascinated the Japanese market, up to the collaboration with Comme des Garçons.
Despite the global success, the duo wants to maintain a certain craftsmanship of the brand, they design the prints, take the photos and structure the production process; in contrast to the overproduction of the market, Dreamland Sydancate follows the production process of their clothes, keeping under control the waste of raw materials and stocks.
They use fabrics and fabric scraps from disused European factories, focusing on the production of small limited series; this process reduces the price of the products, focuses on recycling and reuse.
Dreamland Syndacate‘s design, as we already mentioned, evokes the 90s raver scene with all over prints and patterns.