The designer, Miuccia Prada came up with some latest fashion for men in a Milan where the overriding feeling is of designers twist from their own previous body of work.
The spring 2010 menswear collection was covered and mixed with colors ranging from black to white made up of quotes from confusing movies to a great new stage set of wet shade walls.
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You could imagine the show seems a somber summer moment because of quotes in giant two-foot-high script and the charcoal foam seating to the collection itself, largely made up of various takes on gray.
Miuccia once said: “A movie, in black and white,” floated around with trays of the ideal, color coordinated cocktail – a White Russian. Even though it was restricted in color, this is one of the most innovative shows ever in Milan collections.
The designer remake her own silhouette and tailoring in an excellent way exclusively for Milan. The newest innovative thing could be found on jackets where the jacket lapel is drawn out to the belly button and even double-breasted looks have just two buttons.
The Prada’s accessory department also had an excellent part to the whole transparency trend of this four-day Italian event. The house showcased perforated leather shoes and pork pie hats and see-through dusters in a mesh nylon material paired with sneakers and fishing gears.