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Tereza Rosalie Kladošová spring/summer 2015 collection

Fashion | September 19, 2014 |

Tereza Rosalie KladošováImage courtesy of Tomáš Slavík

Tereza Rosalie Kladošová spring / summer 2015 collection

Tereza Rosalie Kladošová is a graduate of bachelor’s studies at Tomáš Baťa University in Zlín and a current master’s student at Pavel Ivančic’s Fashion Design department at UMPRUM. She has done internships with the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem and with the distinctive Danish talent Anne Sofie Madsen.

Tereza Rosalie KladošováImage courtesy of Tomáš Slavík

Balancing between a work of art and garment, a play with humour and exaggeration: these could be the characteristics of her work. The collection for spring/summer 2015, showcased during the Mercedes-Benz Prague Fashion Weekend is based on the elements which surrounded her in childhood. Striking is not only the visual aspect of the collection, but also its processing, which showcases the hobby of playing with materials.

Tereza Rosalie KladošováImage courtesy of Tomáš Slavík

“Every collection is a new phase, a new world which I create around me,” says Tereza Rosalie. “The current one for the spring/summer 2015 season draws on the homemade art phenomenon, reminiscences the 1980s and 1990s, multi-coloured tapestries, synthetic fibre doilies and slippers.  The first time I worked with this inspiration was during my final work on dresses with weaved cat faces, which are further expanded by the presented set.”

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