Prada celebrates ‘history of women’ at Milan Vogue Week show

MILAN, Feb 24 (Reuters) – Italian style label Prada offered sheer vest-like dresses and embellished coats for women’s wardrobes upcoming winter season at its Milan Style present on Thursday, presenting a collection its designers described as seeking at “the heritage of females”.

With a front row that incorporated reality tv star Kim Kardashian seeing her sister Kendall Jenner on the catwalk, the runway presentation came on the 2nd working day of Milan Manner Week, which is web hosting primarily in-man or woman displays – somewhat than electronic presentations – this year.

Designers Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons reported they had continued a topic of stripping back seems to be from prior collections for the autumn/winter season 2022 line, known as “An Ideology of Prada”.

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These provided white vest tops worn with two-tone skirts and sheer see-by way of dresses. Tailor-made blazers had huge shoulders while coats bore rounded necklines. Some coats experienced chains throughout the neck or feathers on the sleeves.

“This selection is about the record of females, the heritage of people today, not the history of manner,” Miuccia Prada mentioned in shownotes.

Models also wore matching jackets and skirts in darkish gray and black, elongated and belted bomber jackets embellished with glowing florals and printed jumpers paired with polo necks.

“Valuing record features us valuing Prada’s background – I think of revolutionary moments in Prada’s record, and we echo them listed here,” Simons mentioned.

“There are never ever immediate recreations, but there is a reflection of something you know, a language of Prada. And all those times have aided define our thought of natural beauty currently, which we are now redefining.”

Veteran designer Giorgio Armani returned to the catwalk to existing his most up-to-date Emporio Armani line, just after cancelling his menswear and couture demonstrates in January because of to a surge of COVID-19 bacterial infections in Europe.

Male and woman versions wore all-gray outfits – trouser suits, cosy knits, personalized jackets as nicely as mountain put on, with versions carrying skis and snowboards.

Pops of eco-friendly and blush appeared on womens’ tops, velvet trousers and jumpers printed with wavy styles although for the evening, there have been attire with huge sequins. Shirts bore significant bows.

Armani will maintain a display for his key Giorgio Armani line on Sunday.

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Reporting by Marie-Louise Gumuchian
Editing by Alexandra Hudson and Andrew Heavens

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