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Michael Kováčik at MBPFW: A stunning collection that will make your jaw drop!

Martina Šmalclová
06.Sep 2020
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Žena v černobílém modelu Michaela Kováčika

Michael Kováčik's skilled hands

If you want to go to one of the shows at the Prague Fashion Week and be sure that you will not get burned or leave feeling disappointed, bet on Michael Kováčik. This young talented designer proves each year of MBPFW that he is a leader in his field and the luxury collection FW20-SS21 is no exception.

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From a wallflower to a temptress

Just like last year, this year the main role in Michael Kováčik's collection is taken by the color black. Carrie Bradshaw may have once said in Sex and the City that the only thing that never goes out of style is love, but we don't think so. We think it's black and we'd bet our lives on it! This color can do miracles. It can turn you into a temptress, but also a wallflower when you're just having a bad day and you want to blend in with the crowd, or it can slim you down. We love it, and more so on these sexy models by Michael Kováčik.

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Žena v černém outfitu Michaela Kováčika
Žena v černém outfitu Michaela KováčikaSource: Mercedes-Benz Prague Fashion Week

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Černé kožené kalhoty Envelope1976

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Žena v černých šatech Michaela Kováčika
Žena v černých šatech Michaela KováčikaSource: Mercedes-Benz Prague Fashion Week

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Žena v černých šatech Michaela Kováčika
Žena v černých šatech Michaela KováčikaSource: Mercedes-Benz Prague Fashion Week

When summer meets winter…

This year's MBPFW is very special. The two collections merged into one, and that was, of course, a real challenge for designers. But Michael Kováčik dealt with it with his trademark grace. Mini dresses in combination with berets, coats or scarves are a luxury affair and we are suddenly looking forward to the rainy autumn a little more!

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Žena v černobílém modelu Michaela Kováčika
Žena v černobílém modelu Michaela KováčikaSource: Mercedes-Benz Prague Fashion Week

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Žena v černých šatech Michaela Kováčika
Žena v černých šatech Michaela KováčikaSource: Mercedes-Benz Prague Fashion Week

Awaken a predator in you

Animal patterns are an element that appears in the collections of world-renowned designers over and over again. We are glad that Michael Kováčik is also aware of their potential and has included several such pieces in his collection. From the animal kingdom he chose a zebra and this is the result of his work.

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Žena v halence a černých kalhotách od Michaela Kováčika
Žena v halence a černých kalhotách od Michaela KováčikaSource: Mercedes-Benz Prague Fashion Week

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Košile Isabel Marant s motivem zebry

All in all, we could not imagine a better finale to the first day of shows!

The other models from the FW20-SS21 collection by Michael Kováčik can be foun in the gallery at the end of the article.

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Black and white angels fell from heaven to Prague

It's unbelievable how terribly skilled designers we have here. Well, Michael Kováčik is one of our neighbors, but it's like he's ours, we used to be one nation and I stand by saying we'll be one forever. The stuff that this talented Slovak designer showed at this year's Mercedes-Benz Prague Fashion Week is just perfect and I don't know which model I would pick first.

There is beauty in simplicity and Kováčik is a connoisseur of minimalism and straight lines. No one has gone wrong with black and white yet, and no wrong has been done here either.

Never-aging berets

The women's beret signifies elegance and is a timeless fashion accessory for elegant women. Winter women's berets will not only keep you nice and warm, but will also complete your look to perfection. And specifically in this outfit, I would personally definitely be cold, considering that my breasts would be spilling out of it. However, I am probably sick though, when I'm more interested in the model's beret, rather than her perfect stomach, when I would normally hate her for such perfection!!!

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Žena v černém outfitu Michaela Kováčika
Žena v černém outfitu Michaela KováčikaSource: Mercedes-Benz Prague Fashion Week

I'm in Heaven

To wear white, you must not only have a good figure, but also courage. Especially if you commute daily using public transportation in Prague, you have breakfast, snacks and lunch on the go, and God forbid you have a child alongside all that. White never stays white for more than an hour ...

But I would kill for an hour in this model, and even hand my child over to a psychopathic grandmother. But I would at least wear a bra under that jacket ...

In any case, the tough businesswoman in this outfit must always get what she wants. And if not, whoever who sees her will feel as if they'd died, an angel descended to them and mysteriously transported them to Heaven ...

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Žena v bílém obleku Michaela Kováčika
Žena v bílém obleku Michaela KováčikaSource: Mercedes-Benz Prague Fashion Week

I'm looking forward to the Christmas party

This is the stuff. Beautifully long and airy at the bottom, sexy like a vixen on top. And those shoes and the beret again? God, how I'm looking forward to the Christmas party, not only of my company. I'm going to go to all the parties around in this thing, and I can't possibly not find my Lucifer this year!

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Žena v černých šatech Michaela Kováčika
Žena v černých šatech Michaela KováčikaSource: Mercedes-Benz Prague Fashion Week

In the end, once again, as every year, I simply applaud and bow to such talent.

Anděla Vostrá
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