Still in the midst of the global pandemic that has shackled every part of our lives, fashion brands are finding numerous ways to present their new collections…
Prada, the famous Italian fashion house, did it gracefully, with the help of an 11-minute film that is full of black and white silhouettes, the sound of violins and one of the most interesting catwalks that this brand has ever organized. We can freely say that this presentation seemed less like an advertisement, and more like a real work of art.
By the way, this is the last collection that Miuccia Prada created as an independent designer of this brand, because Raf Simons joined her at the creative helm since September this year. As a farewell in a way, this collection is definitely one of the strongest so far.
Claiming that the current economy was thinking about what fashion actually serves and who it serves, Miuccia eventually designed this collection of simple designs that give pieces real value. Although the pieces are sophisticated and intriguing, they are fickle and wonderfully minimalist, revealing a futuristic aesthetic that combines formal work and sportswear.
Thanks to this strange contrast, Prada spring-summer 2021 collection is very different from any previous one. As for men's clothing, the designer worked beyond fashion, inventing direct pieces, but at the same time completely unusual, because some of the styles include combining a tracksuit with a formal shirt and tie and a completely gray tracksuit paired with sleek black shoes and a stylish long-sleeved coat.
Prada's vision of creating a more direct collection has been fully realized, as it has a color palette mostly white, gray and black. It is surprising that the collection is much more practical than many would expect, because despite the pieces that are well cut and much thinner than last year, it is very light, making comfort the dominant factor this season.