The Ethical Modernist.

Founded in 2020, High Numbers is a modernist, ethical ready-to-wear brand from Poland. Inspired by the swinging 60s, their collections are defined by ethical garments handcrafted from organic and recycled materials. Committed to local production, fair trade and transparency, they cherish a holistic approach to sustainability.

Along with the fashion and street style of the 60s, High Numbers’ visual style is defined by a combination of Bauhaus geometrical shapes and Brutalist architecture. Following 60s fascinations, High Numbers chose their name after a British slang phrase from the 60s that refers to the neatest, well-dressed, and unique as numbers are individuals.

High Numbers celebrates the 1960s and its multitude of artistic directions. The core of their visual DNA is European Modernism, which includes British Mod subculture and Brutalist architecture, German Bauhaus aesthetics and French New Wave. However, fashion designers like Pierre Cardin, Rudi Gernreich and André Courrège have themost significant influence on High Numbers design.

High Numbers aims to redefine the swinging lifestyle and give it a modern, refreshed touch. It includes emphasizing sexual liberation and non-stereotypical gender roles — values manifested in the Mod style, as well as promoting an inclusive, equality-driven culture.

The Ethical Modernist

Founded in 2020, High Numbers is a modernist, ethical ready-to-wear brand from Poland. Inspired by the swinging 60s, their collections are defined by ethical garments handcrafted from organic and recycled materials. Committed to local production, fair trade and transparency, they cherish a holistic approach to sustainability.

Along with the fashion and street style of the 60s, High Numbers’ visual style is defined by a combination of Bauhaus geometrical shapes and Brutalist architecture. Following 60s fascinations, High Numbers chose their name after a British slang phrase from the 60s that refers to the neatest, well-dressed, and unique as numbers are individuals.

High Numbers celebrates the 1960s and its multitude of artistic directions.
The core of their visual DNA is European Modernism, which includes British Mod subculture and Brutalist architecture, German Bauhaus aesthetics and French New Wave. However, fashion designers like Pierre Cardin, Rudi Gernreich and André Courrège have the most significant influence on High Numbers design.

High Numbers aims to redefine the swinging lifestyle and give it a modern, refreshed touch. It includes emphasizing sexual liberation and non-stereotypical gender roles, values manifested in the Mod style, as well as promoting an inclusive, equality-driven culture.

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