Starting her latest collection with a monochromatic range of tailoring and formalwear, Miuccia Prada presented a muted palette – possibly a reaction to the strange times we are currently living through. The lighter pink, brown and white looks that finished the collection’s lookbook could then be perceived as a metaphor for hope to when face masks are no longer the norm, politics is less divisive and physical fashion shows return.
With some brands opting to do the latter during this Milan Fashion Week, the Italian label presented its collection through a video. It incorporated five different creatives: Terence Nance, Joanna Piotrowska, Martine Syms, Juergen Teller and Willy Vanderperre, all of which showed a different element of the collection. This resulted in five chapters, each taking on its own life, from a black and white distorted video to the models posing in a factory.
Showing a total of 59 looks, with both women and menswear, see the collection below along with the video.