Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2019: Prada

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Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2019 is in full swing in the one of the fashion capitals of the world.

The OnoBello.com Fashion and Style Department is doing Show Reports on some select designers showcasing their latest collection this season.

According to a review by Vogue’s  Sarah Mower, excepts from it reads:”There were cycling shorts and duchesse satin A-line tunics and baby doll dresses; plunging bodysuits with straps under the breasts; sheer black knee-highs implanted with Prada’s triangular logos; and iterations of her ’60s–’70s throwback print jersey ladylike coats, all of it topped off with puffy Alice bands. “I wanted to break the rules of the classic,” she said. “To discuss a wish of freedom and liberation and fantasy, and, on the other side, the extreme conservatism that is coming the duality out there.”

It’s no secret that a new generation of consumers is rising all over the world, and there’s a battle of the brands to win their attention. Never mention the word millennial to Miuccia Prada, however as someone did in the press melee afterward. “I don’t like it when people assemble meaning around a term like millennial,” she said. “It means somebody to sell things to. Young people are different kinds they’re intelligent, they’re stupid, they’re cultivated, they’re not. I speak to people. What worries me,” she added, “is simplification. Because politics is run by slogans or not even that, by a hashtag. If you take away content and simplify, at a certain point you can’t say anything.”

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Credit: Vogue.com/ indigitaltv.com

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