Miuccia Prada debuted her bold new line at Milan Fashion Week yesterday (19.09.13), showcasing vibrant colours and unique dresses.
Miuccia Prada debuted her bold new collection at Milan Fashion Week yesterday (19.09.13).
The 65-year-old designer showcased her Spring/Summer 2014 campaign at the high-profile Italian event and explained she was inspired by a vision of female empowerment when designing the clothing.
She told the Guardian newspaper backstage: ''I was fixated with the idea of women and how it is necessary that they be strong, visible, kind of fighters. I wanted the clothes to be so bold that people will see you but also listen.''
Models strutted down the catwalk in rainbow-hued dresses, embellished with a sprinkling of sequins and bras worn on the outside of clothing. A schoolgirl vibe was evident in the models' footwear thanks to socks worn with high-heeled sandals.
Unlike conventional summer collections, the Italian fashonista also included coats, which were printed with graphic illustrations of female faces.
The background was a point of interest with a number of giant pop art murals commissioned from street artists Miles 'El Mac'Gregor, Mesa, Gabriel Specter, Stinkfish and illustrators Jeanne Detallante and Pierre Mornet.
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