Nataša Šarić was born in Montenegro but soon moved to Pančevo, Serbia where she lives today. She had studied economy at the University of Belgrade, but started her career in fashion in 1991.

She is a member of national and international art associations. Combining visual arts and fashion, Nataša is well recognized in the professional circles for her specific style, geometrical and scientific motifs and for finding inspiration in philosophy, science and historic concepts. 

After working for several national textile companies like Plantex, Yumco and Novitet, Nataša was house designer for “Passage Group” fashion company 1998-2011. She won the first prize for the best ready-to-wear collection for “Passsage”

As an individual designer, she participated at the Fashion Weeks, fairs, and festivals in Belgrade, Zagreb, Ljubljana, Prague, Paris, Toronto, New  York Amsterdam, Verona, Lille, Berlin, Porto Santo. Her author collections won the awards in in many international fashion shows. In 2004, Nataša also won Gold medal for the best cheerleading accessory at the Olimpic Games in Athens.

In cooperation with various artists from Europe, Nataša participated in many inspiring art events with collective video installations and performances with colleagues and artists from all over the world.

Nataša is often stylist for Serbian musicians, alternative and rock bands.

She designed uniforms for well known brands in Serbia, like “Mercedes Benz”, “Maxmayer”, “Marlboro” and many more national and international companies.