“It’s absurd, against the rules; it’s a happy collection…It’s about a debate about women; it’s a political discourse: ‘I’m allowed to do whatever I want to do with clothes.’ If they see you, they listen.”
Miuccia Prada said the idea of a strong woman was the driving force behind her spring collection, and made certain that her audience was listening.
From the towering murals created by six contemporary artists in the show space, to models strutting down the runway in bedazzled bras to the beat of Britney Spears’ new single, “Work Bitch,” such an idea couldn’t be ignored. This season’s Prada woman doesn’t shy away from controversy, but rather runs headfirst into the spotlight with an enviable air of confidence, cool and fearlessness. Mission accomplished, Ms. Prada.
OSCAR DE LA RENTA SPRING 2014 CAMPAIGN. Shot in NYC by Norman Jean Roy and styled by Natasha Royt, the campaign stars Emily DiDonato and Kate B. Make-up by Gucci Westman and hair by Esther Langham. The spring collection is now available for pre-order on our website.
we’ve had a thing for Israeli-born designer Nili Lotan since we first spotted her gauzy caftans and utility jackets in her store in New York’s Tribeca. we’ve worked with her as an In Good Company partner since 2011, but this season she’s launched a small collection of childrenswear—just for us….