While we might not be able to sit FROW at their SS21 fashion show and eagerly snap the new collection, Prada made sure we didn’t miss out on the fashion week experience with their digital show: The Show That Never Happened. Showcasing the collection in five different chapters, various artists and image-makers created five separate films focusing on a specific element. Terance Nance, Joanna Piotrowska, Martine Syms Juergen Teller and Willy Vanderperre each embraced the collection in their own way, capturing their own physical and ideological vantage-point on the collection.
The collection itself was showcased like a traditional show at the end, and we saw various eye-catching prints and fitting silhouettes. Focusing on more of a more muted colour palette for this collection, Prada married simplicity with complexity for this collection. From intricate technical tailoring on menswear suits to striking womenwear dresses, the collection had something for everyone and was a celebration of contradictions. Fragility and strength. Rigour and joy. And the dynamism of sportswear with a sense of playful lightness.
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