When one sees a Prada – be it in a store, on the red carpet or even in a movie wardrobe – it seems there is nothing more natural able to compete with it. The cut, the matching of the prints, the choice of colours, they all argue why even The Devil Wears Prada.
But true art and fashion as art in the most literal sense of the expression is visible in full splendour only in a Miuccia Prada runway show. And fall-winter 2014/2015 made no exception. The stylish designs that Prada put forward as next season’s leading trendsetters delivered, behind their ideal wearability into the contemporary wardrobe, a whole set of cultural and social references.
Starting with the boots and strappy shoes seemingly poured from pure colour, up to her geometrical dresses with prints to match and finishing with generous coats against essentialised necktie-scarves, the Prada designer has embedded clues and interpretations of her interest for post-war German art. Pina Bausch and humanity – ‘’People and their emotions are what I’m interested in (…) How that is related to clothes, I don’t know.’’ she confesses.
And here is the full Milan Fashion Week show of the world’s most influential designer…
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