Prada - Women's Fall/Winter 2014/15 Collection in Milan

Prada Act 2: as indicated by the invitation but also the decor, the music and the ambiance, Miuccia Prada wanted to create a sequel to her masculine show that took place in the same location with the same setting in January, barely a month previously. The atmosphere is heavy, almost oppressive but appealing as always. Once again, the designer was inspired by avant-gardiste Germany of the 1920s and 30s, particularly Rainer Werner Fassbinder. On the runway, the models have a strange, disturbing side whilst remaining sublime, reflecting heroines from Fassbinder films. From the black, wrap-around evening dress that opens the show, we move onto colourful shearling coats, worn over very graphic and rather loose, transparent dresses with leather straps. Enter art-deco patterns in warm shades, threaded with gold or silver. The Prada spirit is omnipresent all over these recognisable, signature clothes that bring a new look and defined style to the wearer. Music from the fashion show

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