The new Elegance 24/7 campaign featuring the Pietro Filipi Fall / Winter 2019 collection will show you how to be yourself at any moment. The main face of the campaign is Tereza Srbová, an actress successful in the Czech Republic as well as abroad.

We are inspired by women like you. Women who can do many tasks without forgetting about their own needs. They can appreciate beauty in details and find it in things around them. They want to look great in every situation, but they don’t want to give up on their comfort. They know that what they wear helps them feel confident, and at the same time be enthusiastic and experience a little joy everyday. Perfectly fitting clothes made of quality materials makes them feel good during the day, evening and night.

The elegance 24/7 campaign featuring the Pietro Filipi collection for the Fall / Winter 2019 proves that elegant clothes help us live a better life every day. Tereza Srbová, currently the most successful Czech actress abroad, has therefore become the main face of the campaign.

From Prague to Hollywood

Tereza impressed us by how she fulfills her dreams. As a model, she played a role in a number of campaigns for leading fashion brands. But she wanted to become an actress, so she traveled to the USA where she succeeded. She starred in the acclaimed Eastern Promises where she worked alongside Vigg Mortensen and Naomi Watts. She has appeared in many American and British films and series, including a World War II themed film Red Joan. She has spent most of her life in Paris, New York and London, so she knows that the ideal clothes can be worn from the morning until the evening, no matter what the plan for the day is. For Pietro Filipi, Tereza Srbová is a symbol of a successful, courageous and independent woman who keeps her life lightness and wisdom. She looks beautiful even when she has difficult times ahead of her. She does not loose her feminine energy and is able to highlight her natural beauty by her clothes, just like the women wearing Pietro Filipi designs

The Elegance 24/7 campaign emphasizes our femininity and strength in every situation, and therefore presents easily combinable designs suitable for a variety of occasions.

It is up to you whether you are more interested in timeless formal elegance or if you prefer playful trends. But you can always be sure that you are reaching for clothes that will make you feel good, no matter if you are in a hurry for an important business meeting or have a romantic meeting ahead. Therefore, in the Autumn / Winter 2019 collection you will find pieces that follow the line of female curves, as well as comfortable kimono cuts. All from natural and soft to the touch materials such as cotton, silk, wool, cashmere and genuine leather.

 

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Imagine a warm coat in which you will pleasantly snuggle no matter the weather, a dress with a stylized floral pattern, or perfectly fitting tweed jacket that you casually flip over your shoulders. These are all pieces that will stay with you forever. Whatever you choose from our collection, we want you to be yourself and feel comfortable in Pietro Filipi.

 

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Monika Drápalová is the main designer of Pietro Filipi

The Pietro Filipi collection for Autumn / Winter 2019 was also created by the design team, including the designer Monika Drápalová. Starting with the Spring / Summer 2020 collection, she will become the brand's main designer. She has been working with Pietro Filipi for many years, bringing not only creativity but also interesting and original cuts and designs which underline what a woman can be most proud of. Herself. At the same time, Monika Drápalová creates under her own brand Modrá and is one of the most distinctive persona of fashion industry in the Czech republic. She presented her work in showrooms and fashion shows in New York, Shanghai and Paris, where she also worked as a fashion director of Korloff Couture. In 2008 and 2013, she won the Czech Grand Design Award in the category of Fashion Designer of the Year. In 2013, she also won the title of Grand Designer of the Year, which is the most prestigious award across all design categories. She then passes on her experience to students at the Secondary School of Fashion in Prague and shows them that fashion design is not only about the idea, but also about the quality of materials and a precise workmanship.