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“Not too many words, it’s not a se­ri­ous show,” Mi­uc­cia Prada said, af­ter the de­but of Prada Re­sort ’19. “It’s a kind of fan­tasy of re­al­ity.” What re­al­ity that may be could be ex­plained through pared-down sil­hou­ettes, which brought to mind Mrs Prada’s ear­lier col­lec­tions from the ’90s, like the Spring/ Sum­mer ’97 col­lec­tion, where di­aphanous or­gan­zas and tulles were tailored into maxi sheath dresses and slips. To­day, those pieces are em­bel­lished, lay­ered, and paired with bro­cade minis or over­sized trap­per hats. Con­sider this min­i­mal­ism for the In­sta-gen­er­a­tion.

Nineties min­i­mal­ism for the In­sta­gen­er­a­tion A di­aphanous slip paired over a turtle­neck at Prada Re­sort ’19

A sporty ap­proach to evening­wear at Prada Re­sort ’19

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