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For Milan Fashion Week, Miuccia Prada debuted quite the theatrical spectacle for her latest fall/winter 2014-15 collection. Taking inspiration from the dark, yet perceptive Fassbinder films, the designer uses a ton of shearling and lays it over sheer dresses for a tough, but delicate appeal. Prada really intended on showcasing how creativity overlaps throughout many cultures, and she has delivered that message through art deco prints and sheer shifts, chevron necklines and Metropolis wedge heels.
Prada provides lots of avant garde appeal throughout this collection with roomy trenchcoats in black and dark grey wool with lapels trimmed in white, knee length silk skirts, and dresses in olive green, crimson, and again, art deco patterns. Sheer overlays were ever present, and 1920s lines captivated delicate A-line dresses. One particular showstopper was undoubtedly a bright, reddish-orange, collarless coat that stopped just below the knee and was covered with long fur. A caricature of sorts, of pure luxury and style. Quintessential Prada.