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Warsaw exhibition turns spotlight on Olympic fashion as Games near

21.07.2021 19:45
After a year's delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games are finally set to begin in Japan on Friday.
  • Interview: Warsaw exhibition turns spotlight on Olympic fashion
Photo:EPA/Tamas Kovacs

From the opening and closing ceremony outfits to the official uniforms donned by athletes, top fashion brands from around the world are making sure their home countries' teams arrive looking their best.

Meanwhile, the Sports and Tourism Museum in Warsaw has put up an exhibition showcasing the outfits of Polish athletes representing their country at the world's most prestigious sports event, starting from 1932 up to this year's Tokyo Games.

Klaudiusz Madeja went to admire the Olympic uniforms and caught up with Marzena Marek, the curator of the exhibition.

Listen to what she said by clicking on the audio player above.