Kateřina Mátlová, Kateřina Kaira Hrachovcová, Hana Vagnerová, Nikol Švantnerová and Ina T. probably won't be too happy about our rating. But freedom of speech says: Let's express our opinions without censorship and scruples!
Kateřina Mátlová came to Zoltán Tóth's show dressed in a vinyl trenchcoat by Atelier Flannel worth almost 10,000 CZK. To go with it she wore gold Etro pumps that we cannot criticize anything about. We have to put a stop to the glasses though, and really the entire outfit actually, since it strikes us as Michael Jackson making a comeback.
Kateřina, where were your eyes before Zoltán Tóth's show? The tulle dress by H&M wasn't exactly thrilling, but we'd still manage to turn a blind eye. But combined with a black jacket and brown footwear the outfit looks more than a little awkward.
Let's face it, Kateřina didn't wear anything groundbreaking to the MBPFW opening ceremony either. An outfit consisting of a black top and a floral skirt, both by H&M, made the actress look needlessly older and she appeared very unapproachable in it.
It takes a lot of courage showing up at MBPFW in a white cotton promotional T-shirt, wrinkled pants and sneakers. Beautiful actress Hana Vagnerová probably has courage to spare, because otherwise we cannot fathom how she'd turn up at Michael Kováčik's show in this outfit of all things.
Nikol Švantnerová in an outfit by Ivana Mentlová looked like she'd just woken up from an afternoon nap and realized she still had to set out for the MBPFW opening. If Nikol had been walking around in this "bathrobe" in her two-floor villa with a glass of champagne in hand, it'd be all good. But we don't think it fits MBPFW, same as the lame makeup.
Blogger Ina T. looked like an edgy rapper from the Bronx, but everything could have been different if she'd worn completely different shoes with the dress by designer Pavel Brejcha. The black combat boots simply killed the whole outfit and she'll therefore receive criticism from us.