8 Czech Fashion Designer Boutiques You Should Check Out

Czech fashion styles can range from modest, simple outfits to wild, eccentric designs.

Nothing is off the table, as new designers aim to bring back styles from the past or push the envelope with futuristic patterns. Check out this list of well-known Czech fashion designers and also newcomers to the Prague fashion scene.


Dušní 905, 110 00 Staré Město, Czechia


LAFORMELA was founded in 2010, now one of the most popular brands on the Czech market. It is known for its bold color and graphic design approach with a meticulous sense of craftmanship. Inspired by external factors like environmental protection, LAFORMELA never intends to follow the “needs” of the fashion industry. It is now in showrooms for Milan and Paris fashion week. This brand in Prague is for those who believe that fashion can enhance a person’s confidence, supporting the unique vision of its wearer.


8, Haštalská 939, Staré Město, 110 00 Praha, Czechia


Navarila aims to respect the personality of the wearer with high-quality material, known also for its knitwear collections. Freedom of the individual is at the forefront, with limited edition collections for different seasons and distinctive looks. Everyday-wear could describe Navarila, and expect the designer Martina Nevarilová to add a distinct touch to each piece.


21, Haštalská 757, Staré Město, 110 00 Praha, Czechia


This label founded in 2004 by Radka Sirková a Anna Tušková brings a modern approach to fashion, bringing both masculinity and femininity together. Silhouettes are often emphasized, with juxtaposing designs and strong emphasis on detail. Chatty uses eclectic materials, and many designs have pieces of denim in them.

Miro Sabo

Školská 1561/2, 110 00 Nové Město, Czechia

Miro Sabo Czech fashion
PHOTO Miro Sabo

This designer grew up intrigued by history, art, and architecture, with a 50-year-old history of teaching fashion design. Miro Sabo presented at Prague’s Designblok fashion week, where he quickly caught the attention of press and professionals in the industry. That year, he won “Designer of the Year.” Now, Miro Sabo even works as a costume designer for operas in the area.

Zuzana Kubickova

Mánesova 1639/84, 120 00 Praha 2-Vinohrady, Czechia

Zuzana Kubickova Czech fashion
PHOTO Zuzana Kubickova

Kubickova is known for placing opposites together to create an elevated and surprising look, such as rugged fabric mixed with pleated ones. This designer is famous for female fashion with a hard-edged attitude, even in delicate materials like pearl, lace, and embroidery.


NEHERA Czech fashion

Nehera originally flourished as a pioneer fashion brand in the 1930s, and it was relaunched again in 2014 during Paris Fashion Week. This clothing line focuses on combining timeless craftsmanship with distinctive shapes. Nehera brings four new collections a year, with natural and high-quality fabrics containing a rich sense of detail.

Jakub Polanka

Jakub Polanka Czech fashion
PHOTO Jakub Polanka

Polanka is known for bringing a grungy vibe to clothes: maxi trench boats and oversized sweatshirt dresses are common with exaggerated shoulders and layered looks. Vibrant colors are often used, adding a playful sense but also the ability to shock the public with a punk push.

La Gallery Novesta – Vidda

Elišky Krásnohorské 9, 110 00 Prague, Czech Republic

Vidda Czech fashion

This brand is known its timeless and classic pieces, with chic cuts that are quite simple. These high-quality dresses aim to accentuate your individuality, with new products for every season.

You can also check out more looks in our Czech Republic travel guides.

Amanda Dettmann


Amanda is an avid traveler who calls Maine her home, but her favorite places include Amsterdam's Christmas markets and Shakespeare's Globe in London. She is passionate about poetry, theatre, and teaching writing to kids and adults with disabilities. She thinks the best part of traveling is hearing strangers' incredible stories. Her ultimate mission? To find the tastiest cappuccino in the world.

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