Design & the City

The Černá růže shopping passage showcases the cream of Czech fashion talent June 9-11

I am always desperately searching for any events where homegrown talent from the Czech Republic is the main attraction. Funnily enough, these are actually hard to come by. The great people at Design & the City have decided to help all of us, Czechs and non-Czechs alike, discover the potential that lives in our very city! The group has taken it upon themselves to showcase the crème de la crème of accessory and clothing designers in Prague.

The event, which will take place inside the Černá růže shopping passage (Na příkopě 12, Prague 1) will start Thursday, June 9 at 10am and run until Sunday, June 11 at 7pm.

Here are my top picks of designers I am looking forward to seeing for the first time and again!


From left to right: My Modern Line; Helena Mrtlová; Eva Brzáková; Muset

Sister Conspiracy
Men's and women’s fashions, but the two designers are particular fans of menswear! Prague and non-Prague men rejoice! Someone for you!

Women's fashion. The design team has shown at London Fashion Week.

Zuzana Veselá
Women's fashion. Walked the runway at Prague Fashion Weekend in September of 2010. Vienna loves Zuzana as do most well-heeled women in Prague.

7 dub
Women's fashion. Drawing inspiration from the environment with emphasis on workmanship.

Zdeňka Imreczeova
Women's fashion. Creating small-scale creative fashion that emphasizes fit, form, construction and fashion.

Women's fashion. Focuses on streetwear and denim materials.

My Modern Line
Women's fashion. Extravagant pieces that should be worn to dictate the wearer's mood.

Eva Brzáková
Women's fashion. Forward-thinking for the self-confident women

Helena Mertlová
Women's fashion. Elegant evening wear and wedding dresses.


From left to right: Šperky Baum; Atelier-Mate; Jara Design

Jara Design
Jewelry. Geometric forms become a topic of conversation for the wearer of this jewelry line.

Jewelry. Origami is no longer for afterschool programs. Japanese flowers and fans are now wearable art forms.

Šperky Baum
Jewelry. Works the fire with gold and silver to make beautiful earrings, necklaces, and bracelets.

Trudi for Dolls Jewels
Jewelry. Necklaces, brooches, and bracelets made with semi-precious stones and the highest quality Czech beads to produce truly intricate pieces of art.


From left to right: Skanderova; Tjuuli; Ether

Leather handbags and belts. Fashion-forward handbags that use crocodile skin, cow hide, and the finest Italian leathers.

Leather handbags and belts. Classic bag styles and trendsetting belts.

Handbags. Uses different design elements and fabrics to make wearable pieces.

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