Karolina Sulej is a non-fiction writer, freelance reporter and fashion anthropologist. At present Karolina is working on her PhD at Instytut Kultury Polskiej at Warsaw University. In her research Karolina is focusing on the role of clothes in times of social crisis. Her books include “Modni. Od Arkadiusa do Zienia”, a book of reportages about polish fashion scene from the 1990s until now, “We are all freaks. Coney Island Stories” about history and metaphors of a circus sideshow and – most recently she published “Personal belongings. The role of clothing in death camps and concentration camps”.
Karolina is also an Editor and Author for “Reason and flair. A century of polish fashion” a publication in English, which aims to make known the history of polish fashion. She also took part in the creation of an international game/book “Wanderlust” by Different Tales – a commentary about modern travel. Karolina is a famous podcaster running her own show about clothes (Garderobiana). At present Karolina is working on an audio-serial about Arkadius – a renowned polish fashion designer, who cut off all contacts with Europe and the fashion industry and settled in South America, where he embarked on designing interior architecture and photography.