Dominika Kozáková is the kind of designer that appears on our list of oddities from MBPFW regularly. If it wasn't the case this year, perhaps she'd even be offended! We may like her collection of unisex models, but meeting somebody wearing that out on the street, we'd probably pick up our phones and try to find out which mental hospital is looking for a runaway patient.
This UTB student's models are among the most bizarre things we could see at MBPFW. It looks like E.T. actually managed to phone Adriana Šatková and gave her his requirements for what he wanted to wear next season. We don't have any other explanation for the metallic suits and bizarre space-looking balaclavas.
Monika Drápalová reveals what travel beyond the Earth's atmosphere might look like. Where to wear her astronaut model in daily life? To Sensation White dance party, or for a one-way trip to an insane asylum.
His FW19 collection was without a doubt luxurious. Still, we found a piece in it that you most likely would not want to wear. Lukáš Krnáč has decided to dabble in "homeless" style, sending a model out onto the runway wearing a blue quilted jacket; made you really just want to hand her some cash.
The peculiar Petra Ptáčková follows in Lukáš Krnáč's footsteps. The lack of shoes, weird hats with fringes, and minimalistic pieces with loose threads sticking out of them leave a somewhat psychedelic impression and a whole lot of questions.
Five finger socks, luxurious leather gloves, and half dressed/undressed crop sweater - if you ever in a moment of weakness want to bet on a look that screams "I only took a minute to dress and want everybody to know", inspiration by Adam Kost is very appropriate.
All World Fashion Weeks are known for one thing - you'll see unprecedented stuff. "Away with boring fashion", said the majority of designers to themselves, probably. For myself I have to say that I don't have a particular problem with innovation, but if something's crazier than Lady Gaga's raw meat dress, it should really be out of the game.
The very worst model was, in my eyes, presented by Dominika Kozáková in her FW19 collection. A yellow terry coat, gaudy rubber boots, along with that hideous blue fisherman hat with some kind of weird red net curtain - that would be too much even for the singer Jana Kratochvílová...
Petra Ptáčková's creations are also worth mentioning. I have no idea how she even made it to Fashion Week. Nonetheless, her collection of rags thrown together in the style of Salvation's Army's founding days really soured my taste for the champagne offered all over Kotva Department Store. Absolutely hideous!