Prada – Spring 2011

September 29th, 2010 by HFL Staff received Comments Off

There was an assembly-line quality to the beginning of Miuccia Prada’s spring show, the highlight thus far of Milan Fashion Week. Set on a raised metal platform with industrial-style lighting, the models came out one after another, wearing boxy short-sleeve tops and pencil skirts that were uniform-like in their simplicity. Industrial orange, then green, then blue. Each model carried a neon-colored fur stole, which could have been real or fake.  Was the designer making a sly comment on fashion’s rapidly churning pace? Or the way that live webcasts and tweets are turning runway shows into mindless content, at the expense of true luxury and creativity? There’s no way to tell. - Booth Moore, LA TIMES

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