The latest Petra Ptáčková runway presentation featured a range of deconstructed art fashions that graced the stage during Mercedes-Benz Prague Fashion Weekend. The designer's Spring/Summer 2015 collection was inspired by her childhood and specifically looked to 'Monkey King', a children's novel for its inspiration.
Chronicling the "birth and taming of a miraculous monkey in Ancient China", the story inspires this collection's unconventional menswear looks. The Petra Ptáčková Spring/Summer 2015 collection marries artful prints with sculptural and deconstructed silhouettes that are modeled by a number of famous faces including tattooed star Zombie Boy.
Overall, this range of deconstructed art fashions is whimsical and conceptual in its aesthetic. Though not all wearable, its ensembles are more subdued once broken up into individual separates.
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