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Prada FW17.
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Prada FW17.
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Prada FW17.
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Prada FW17.
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Prada FW17.
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Prada FW17.
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Furry, Fuzzy, and Funky Trim from Prada

By Eliza Jordan

January 18, 2017

Texture, fuzz, and funky trim—Prada’s fall/winter 2017 collection has a few intriguing highlights. In Milan, the Italian house debuted its new collection with a series of looks nearly all complemented by a furry additive. First, we saw the thick, furry belt bolt by, and next, a series of shaggy shoes—some with bold cross-over straps, others with tassels or flat studs. In addition to seeing a red fluffy flap atop one of the handbags, we also caught sight of many other playful textures—a corduroy blazer with large leather-trimmed pockets, an oversized all-fur hat in pink, a yellow button-up sweater with intricate floral beading, and leather pants cuffed at the ankle.

We caught sight of a few other interesting accessories and details, too: smaller, hand-held satchels for men; connected conch shell necklaces, and tree branch necklaces on small and large chain-links, too; thick woven scarves in an array of colors; and sweaters with sweet, semi-blurred prints on them inspired by the French Revolution calendar, created with the help of artist Christophe Chemin.

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