I appreciate Prada’s bold and unorthodox design in putting actual faces on the clothes, but, in practice, I’ve always found human faces on clothes difficult to wear and a bit creepy. I wonder how this collection will be translated for retail. Next spring will we all be staring each other down with two sets of eyes?? http://www.editorialite.com
A complete strike out. The clothes make great photos, but I don’t see any women wearing them outside of the runway. The worse ones are the bra dresses, followed by the leg warmers and the ugly platform shoes. In order to hit a home run, you have to strike at the ball, so I admire the effort, but the results are dismal.
These clothes epitomize the contempt of large corporations for their customers. Anyone who wears those contorted ugly face-coat/dresses will be effectively invisible (a non person). No one will see your face. All eyes will be fixed in horror at your pelvic area. Prada devotees will be walking billboards of self-contempt – after paying a large amount of cash for the privilege. Creepy indeed!
Can’t stop thinking about it!
The bravery, the absurdity, the humor, the glamour, the fun, the exaggeration, the enthusiasm!
Even if I can’t afford these clothes, knowing that this woman, Miuccia Prada, is putting this idea of women out there makes me walk with a spring in my step, whatever I choose to wear that day!
Wow! That’s why Muccia is a trendsetter. Either You Love IT or hate it. IT’s funny, eccentric, arty, fresh, unusual. For brave and eclectic fashion lovers with open mind and eye for colors and catchy details. I am absolutely in Love. Thank You Prada! Lot of Love!