Tereza had always enjoyed drawing people — a passion that accompanied her since her childhood well into the time of living her dream, entering the world of the fashion industry. She especially loved drawing women, in their diversity and distinct frames, and whenever she did not have a model, she let her imagination to guide her. Diversity among people, their physiology and different cultures was always her inspiration.
Her childhood dream to become a fashion designer has brought her to the industry. After graduation, she left for Australia, where she primarily worked backstage during fashion weeks as a volunteer to gain experience. The hectic vibe of the fashion shows has worked beautifully with her then 19-year old spirit.
After three years spent in Australia, she moved to Tokyo, where she immersed herself in Japanese culture and language and continue to volunteer in fashion shows. It was in Tokyo, where she started to work with photography as well, taking shots for a PR agency that worked with Japanese fashion designers.
After four and a half years abroad, Tereza had to return to the Czech Republic where she settled in Prague and started to work as a stylist, in close contact with model agencies and photographers. At that point, she already knew, she was not going to stay in the fashion business.