The second day of shows in Milan continued with oversized coats with fur trimmings and thirties and seventies inspired dresses at the Prada show. Delving for inspiration in the post-war German avant-garde, the designer was inspired by "people and their emotions". The Art Deco prints were paired with narrow silk scarves and there was a pleasant contrast between the sheer organza dresses and the rugged oversized coats.
Among my favorite looks from the runway are the dress in the opening photo, the black and navy dress paired with a bright red silk scarf, the simple red dress, the Art Deco organza dresses, the purple and yellow dress worn by Ginta Lapina. An intriguing piece was the bright red fur dress. I'm still debating with myself whether I like it or it's too strange! What do you think? Here's my selection of the most interesting looks from the runway:
It seems to me that next autumn we'll be seeing a lot of gorgeous bags in neutral and metallic shades on the streets!
What did you think of this collection? What's your verdict on the red fur dress? I wasn't such a huge fan of the crazy color combinations, I prefer a more toned down look, but there were a lot of wearable pieces that really sparked my curiosity.
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