In an effort to branch out our coverage of fashion the world over, we present a Street Style Report from the very first edition of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Weekend in Warsaw, Poland. Held from May 15-17 at the Soho Factory, the event saw both Polish and European designers present their latest collections to the country's small but influential group of fashionistas. Outside the Factory walls, we set up our cameras and snapped some of the savviest dressers in pieces from Highsnobiety regulars like Nike, Supreme, Y-3 and COMME des GARÇONS. While the capital city has quite a way to go before they're on the same playing field as other European cities like Paris, Milan and London, the first iteration proves they're on the rise.

Scroll through the gallery above and stay tuned for more coverage from the event.

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