Sunday, September 22, 2013

FASHION | MFW S/S 2014 : PRADA


Miuccia Prada drew inspiration for Spring Summer from the works of muralists Miles ‘El Mac’ Gregor, Mesa, Gabriel Specter and Stinkfish and illustrators Jeanne Detallante and Pierre Mornet to create a backdrop around the subjects of ‘femininity, representation, power and multiplicity’. A spectacular collection in every aspect. - [StyleSight]

Miuccia picked up on the tribalism of that concept. Her models were girl gangs (coded by hair color and graffitied eyelids); the street/sport element of the collection also had a gang element. And the murals against which the show took place—multi-visions of womanhood—echoed the political street art of L.A., Mexico, and South America. Images from those murals were picked up for use on the clothes and accessories. Oh yes, about those accessories—the most ladylike handbags in recent Prada history. Paired with tube socks and Miuccia's take on Tevas. - [Style.com]



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