Starting her latest collection with a monochromatic range of tailoring and formalwear, Miuccia Prada presented a muted colourway – 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 that seeming a long way away, 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.