The Prague Fashion Week is moving from the industrial space of the shopping house Kotva to the luxurious Baroque complex of the Karlín Invalidovna! This year, it will welcome the historically largest number of designers, and Liběna Rochová, a fashion legend and professor at the Prague UMPRUM, will present her creations here the first time.
The reason why the fashion event of the year is being moved to the Invalidovna in Karlín was explained to us by the director of MBPFW Lukáš Loskot.
“For us, the location is an important part of the whole dramaturgy. We always want both the designers and the spectators to experience a unique atmosphere. In March, we used the industrial space of the Kotva shopping centre, now the shows are moving into a historical building.”
Councilor for Culture Hana Třeštíková is looking forward to the whole new dimension the fashion shows will give the Invalidovna building, and we can't disagree. Are you wondering which designers are going to reveal their SS20 luxury collections? We have the answer!
Zuzana Kubíčková, Michael Kováčik, ODIVI... Who's Next?
In addition to Liběna Rochová, we can look forward to the collections by Adam Kost, Dominika Kozáková, Daniela Pešková, Imreczeova, Jan Černý, LAFORMELA, Lukáš Krnáč, Michael Kováčik, ODIVI, Petra Ptáčková, Tereza Vu, Zoltán Tóth and Zuzana Kubíčková, Natálie Dufková, Jakub Patka, Martin Kohout, Michaela Hrinova (AiM), Vanda Janda or NAUT, a brand designing modular backpacks.
The winner of the VAN GRAAF Junior Talent will also show what he's got
Luxury collections of the two largest Czech brands Pietro Filipi and Blažek, student creations of the Studio of Fashion and Footwear Design at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Zlín, the Studio of Fashion Design at Tomáš Baťa University, the Studio of Clothing Design at the Technical University of Liberec or the prestigious Japanese Bunka Fashion Graduate University won't be missing a the MBPFW.
The latest winner of the VAN GRAAF Junior Talent Boris Král will also present his collection.