Miuccia Prada never fails to surprise and entertain.
While American designers were showing bundled-up looks in muted fall colors on the runways of New York fashion week, the Prada fall collection, unveiled in Milan on Thursday, was a riot of pastel shades in foam jersey neoprene-like shapes and bright tweeds, with colorful gloves that reached way above the elbows and hair piled atop the head in a pony tail, with floral hair clips.
Prada almost always sets fashion trends, so expect to see a heightened femininity for fall.
"From dress coats to low 'v' backless tops to strappy dresses, the silhouette felt like a futuristic take on the 1960s, thanks in part to the use of a fabric that Mrs. Prada afterwards described as a 'type of jersey,' which gave the clothes a flat Jetsons texture," said The Guardian of London.
The set had a Pee Wee's Playhouse-kind of look, with rooms in green and pink, accented with corrugated steel and mesh ceilings, so you could see the building's innards. Call it the Prada Funhouse.
Prada almost always sets fashion trends, so expect to see a heightened femininity for fall. And observers noted, with handbags in a variety of shapes, costume jewelry galore, from bows to brooches, and a modified two-toned Mary Jane shoe with a chunky heel and double straps, there's plenty besides clothing for shoppers to like in this attention-grabbing collection.