Miuccia Prada looked back to the Nineties and to her best-sellers like black nylon that made the brand’s name at the last decades.
Showed in a new warehouse space on Viale Ortles near the Fondazione Prada, the collection went back to the Milan – based house’s industrial roots and blended it to streetwear. Prada sended out street-y silhouettes made from black nylon: padded hoodies, , snap-front jackets, baggy trousers, rain caps, cargo pants, shirts, outerwear pieces and accessories. The graphic prints of her past collections transformed into patchwork and she resurgented the spirit of the passed away Prada Sport line.
All showed in a dark palette, dominated mainly by black and punctuated by several touches of vibrant colors.
Workwear was also obvious with badges or labels sewn decorating the jackets, coats and bags, among which we find one-off pieces signed by four exceptional guest designers: Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Konstantin Grcic, Herzog & de Meuron, et Rem Koolhaas.
All these codes of Prada aesthetics blend to offer an eclectic wardrobe that can already be described as fabulous.