The dress code for the Rolex party stated cocktail chick, not everyone pulled it off successfully though. Attending gentlemen "spiced up" their outfits with sneakers, and some of the ladies looked like they'd just run off from their afternoon walk...
The organizer Tamara Kotvalová was definitely the brightest star of the night. She dressed in an admittedly rather pompous, but all the more luxurious gown, in which she looked fantastic. Together with the CEO of the Rolex company Jean-Frédéric Dufour they were amongst the best dressed celebrities. Looking at her we couldn't stop thinking that Stanislav Hložek with Petr Kotvald might jump out from somewhere at any moment and sing the legendary hit song White Queen.
During the party Tamara also went for an even more discreet asymmetrical dress that we definitely have to say yes to. Sexy, elegant and perfectly antique!
Wow! A black knee-length dress with a translucent tulle overskirt complemented by gorgeous shoes by Giuseppe Zanotti and a Gucci purse in fuchsia/bordeaux? That's what we call an outfit worth of the pompous Rolex party!
The former Director of the Office of Presidential Messages and the Special Assistant to five US Presidents in the White House is a lady through and through and at the Rolex party she demonstrated that once again. In a dark midi dress decorated with a luxurious brooch and a collar she looked delightful.
If you are a beautiful blonde with a great body, you'll look great even in seemingly boring black. What we love about the dress is the way the neckline's been handled and also the shape of the shoes. For next time I'd advise her to swap the white Dior purse for a smaller clutch purse and it'll get top marks.
Yes, Renata's outfit may be nice and the pattern on the dress is trendy, but the beautiful model is still one of the stars that looked like they'd run off from their afternoon walk to attend the party. Next time we'd choose something fancier and less casual.
The tennis legends Radek Štěpánek and his wife Nicole also attended the party. Nicole dressed in a checkered dress that might be a great piece for a date, but as a party outfit it looks boring. We appreciate her choice of yellow sandals though - cocktail chic needs some color and interesting details.
Her husband Radek showed up in his favorite style - partially unbuttoned white shirt and white sneakers. He makes the impression of a tired doctor running off from surgery, putting a suit on and heading out to have some fun. This simply didn't work out.
Even pros make mistakes. That's what happened in designer Beata Rajská's case; her black dress à la plastic bag didn't woo us at all. While we're not fans of fanny packs, this blue one has style, but in spite all of that it's still a piece that isn't fit for a party. We can only praise the black shoes, one can't mess anything up with those.
Why??? Just why did chef Emanuele Ridi decide to put on worn-looking sneakers to go with his otherwise perfect outfit? We just can't get it through our heads and will not praise him for this choice.
It lacks flair, it lacks a spark, actually, the outfit that charming TV presenter Lucie Koňaříková-Salamé wore isn't chic in the slightest, which is more than a bit of a problem for cocktail chic. Simply put, good for office wear, but to a party? No way!
The Šporcl couple went for comfort. Barbora looked like a red and black nibbler that had just run off from a walk with Renata Langmannová and Nicole Vaidišová and Pavel Šporcl confirmed that all the men's feet at the luxurious Rolex party sported nothing other than sneakers - simply put, comfort comes first!
A luxurious party in a monastery? Rolex watches? Hellooo, why didn't anyone invite me? I get it, it's a party that everyone wants to go to, but can't... All D to Z-list celebrities not only from Prague but from Brno too would flock to this party! All journalists would throw away their pens and wave their press cards at the gate, yelling that they know Tamara Kotvalová, so it doesn't matter that they aren't on the guest list, they simply have to be there, it doesn't matter that they're wearing dirty jeans and a cotton T-shirt...
Yeah, good old Tamara Kotvalová, the Queen of Pařížská street. If she decides to throw a party, it'll be something. Money's being thrown around, people are only eating the most luxurious delicacies off actual silverware and the ensemble of rich people knows no end. But I don't blame her. She deserves to have some fun sometimes, life wasn't easy for her at the start and I'm sure that when the CEO of Rolex, Jean-Frédéric Dufour himself accepted her invitation saying that it's hard for him to say no to her, it warmed her heart.
She put a lot of work herself into the overall vibe of the party, but her own looks too. She changed clothes several time, her skin, hair, teeth and figure all looked youthful. Simply perfect. Tamara is overall happy, successful and beautiful. Hats off...
...you can't say the same about the other attendees of the party at the monastery. There are many weird fish in the sea of the Czech show business that will never say no to an invitation, sometimes they will even crowbar themselves into a party. And let's be real, very few people who were there that evening would be able to afford a real Rolex watch... In fact almost no one among the attending famous faces.
Eva Perkausová probably could though... she could actually buy anything, since her money always comes from other people's wallets. We won't blame her for it, though. This kind of body must cost a lot...
Vojta Dyk, on the other hand, won't show up just anywhere, but whenever he smells money and journalists aren't invited... why not? Tamara may not have disclosed how much he wanted for hosting the evening and the unexpected bleating, but trust us, it wasn't for free. He may have made enough to buy a Rolex watch during that evening, if he didn't receive one as barter.
I have to say that the only ones who had anything to say here, be it because of the size of their bank accounts or just their stylish clothes, were Pirk, Špaček and Buzková. I'll give a thumbs up here. But the rest? Excuse me - Vaidišová probably mistook this event for Velká pardubická, Ridi should go join a circus in Calabria with that colorful outfit of his, and Šporcl? I's rather not even comment on that. It just amazes me that this person goes about fiddling all over the world with these looks... Well, he's a nice person though, I can't deny that.
In the end I'd like to say, all that glitters is not gold. Tamara pulled off a glorious evening, it's just a shame that she doesn't really have anywhere to pick fancy guests from...