In this series, TLP will narrow our coverage of lingerie around the globe and focus on the country of Poland. Poland has a long history of textile manufacturing and since the collapse of the Soviet Union, Poland has been embracing market economies. Freed from quotas and mandated manufacturing, many Polish textile companies are stepping on to the world stage.
Esotiq is a retail shop for woman and girls with outlets in Poland, Russia, Lativa, Moldova, and Czech Republic. The collection spans beach wear and lingerie offerings with some shirts thrown in as well. Esotiq’s site is available in Polish, English, and Russian. Esotiq is a brand from the Polish holding company of LPP. LPP also owns the Polish retailers Cropptown (young apparel), Henderson, (men’s underwear), Reserved (swimwear), and a custom clothing out for promotions.
Unlike nearly every Polish lingerie company covered by TLP, LPP does not make the clothes in Poland.
The production is organized in the Far East plants. The production process is supervised by the employees of the company’s trade office in Shanghai. Orders are fulfilled by the same producers who sew clothes for world famous clothing companies using new machines and processes. Recently, some parts of the products are manufactured by domestic producers.
The Spring and Summer collection for Esotiq uses a lot of powder pink, cappuccino, blue, light green, beige, and white. The brand does not seem to be available on line.
Photos courtesy of Esotiq