Czechoslovak Models is the most established agency on the Czech market, focusing in full service in modelling and production.
Czechoslovak Models Agency represents finalists from the competition Miss CR, from which the winners have been succesful even abroad-Miss World 2006-Tatana Kucharova, Miss Intercontinental 2008-Kristyna Lebedova.
Czechoslovak Models cooperates with prominent as well as young Czech fashion designers and photographs. They do the production of the international exhibition STYL-KABO in Brno, cooperate with CPD Düsseldorf, VŠ UMPRUM, Adidas etc. The agency participate in beneficial projects e.g. cooperation with the Tereza Maxová Foundation and The Foundation Fund “Kapka nadìje”, the agency sponsors also the shows for the Prague Organization of wheelchair bounds.
Their models work all over the world through prestigious and well known agencies mainly in the main centres of fashion industry: Milan, Paris, London, New York and Tokyo. They also work directly with foreign clients.
Besides the models they also provide in their own database moderators, photographs, stylists, actors (of all age categories) and children for commercials as well as photo shoots.
Czechoslovak models agency represents on the Czech market the following TOP models: Eva Herzigová, Tereza Maxová, Simona Krainová, Daniela Peštová, Pavlína Nìmcová, Alena Šeredová and Andrea Verešová.
Czechoslovak Models is a fashion agency based in Prague, Czech Republic. Founded in 2010, the agency represents some of the most sought-after models from the Czech Republic and Slovakia. The agency works with both local and international clients to provide them with high-quality models for their campaigns. Czechoslovak Models has a wide range of services, including scouting, casting, styling, and production. They also offer personal management services to help their models reach their full potential. With a team of experienced professionals and an extensive network of contacts in the fashion industry, Czechoslovak Models is one of the leading agencies in Central Europe.