Five chapters, five creative, five views for one voice of the Prada man and woman. For her last collection as the solo Prada creative director – starting from September she will be joined at the creative helm by Raf Simons – Miuccia Prada invited five prominent image-makers and artists to offer their own view on the Spring/Summer 2021 collection.
Willy Vanderperre, Martine Syms, Joanna Piotrowska, Juergen Teller and Terence Nance have each lensed the range and brought it to life, offering different interpretations and takes on the men’s and women’s lineup.
I think that our job as fashion designers is to create clothes for people, that is the honesty of it. That is really the value of our job – to create beautiful, intelligent clothes. This season, we focused on that idea: it is about clothes, about giving value to pieces. The clothes are simple – but with the concept of simplicity as an antidote to useless complicationMiuccia Prada
In keeping with her commitment, the designer took on a minimalist approach with touches of Nineties minimalism emerged along with a subtle Sixties vibe.
The men wear long coats and fitted suits that slim their silhouette while women played with delicacy – small bustier dresses in corolla, light satin dresses that almost look like negligees, asymmetrical pencil skirts and floral-print coats.
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