May 23, 2012
"Prada Suits Everyone" is the tagline of the new Prada short film directed by Roman Polanski and presented at the Cannes Film Festival.
Is Prada trying to be more democratic?  
Watch the film: http://fashion.telegraph.co.uk/columns/olivia-bergin/TMG9281677/Cannes-Film-Festival-2012-Prada-reveal-Roman-Polanski-film-starring-Helena-Bonham-Carter.html

"Prada Suits Everyone" is the tagline of the new Prada short film directed by Roman Polanski and presented at the Cannes Film Festival.

Is Prada trying to be more democratic?  

Watch the film: http://fashion.telegraph.co.uk/columns/olivia-bergin/TMG9281677/Cannes-Film-Festival-2012-Prada-reveal-Roman-Polanski-film-starring-Helena-Bonham-Carter.html

May 8, 2012
Inside the Costume Institute’s Schiaparelli and Prada Exhibit - a sneak peek at the exhibit in the gallery.
Fashion’s biggest names had a first look at the exhibit tonight during the Met Gala, and the exhibit itself will open to the public on May 10 and close Aug. 19
Read more: 
http://www.fashionologie.com/Schiaparelli-Prada-Met-2012-Exhibit-Pictures-22990474?

Inside the Costume Institute’s Schiaparelli and Prada Exhibit - a sneak peek at the exhibit in the gallery.

Fashion’s biggest names had a first look at the exhibit tonight during the Met Gala, and the exhibit itself will open to the public on May 10 and close Aug. 19

Read more: 

http://www.fashionologie.com/Schiaparelli-Prada-Met-2012-Exhibit-Pictures-22990474?

April 28, 2012
Prada’s latest artistic collaboration takes the viewer to another dimension, once again showing that fashion can be a form of escape into a Parallel Universe. 
In pursuit of its recent throwback-love (50s-themed collections, mixed media collage videos, and so on), Prada has revamped yet another item of nostalgia—GIFs. A bit drowned out by the sea of videos, these cute tic-toc animations are the result of the label’s recent partnership with Armenian-born, Paris-based artist Vahram Muratyan. Parallel Universes GIFs focuses on the very retro element of Prada’s latest Spring/Summer 2012, with this first eye-catching seven-part series.
See more: http://trendland.com/pradas-parallel-universes-gifs/#

Prada’s latest artistic collaboration takes the viewer to another dimension, once again showing that fashion can be a form of escape into a Parallel Universe. 

In pursuit of its recent throwback-love (50s-themed collections, mixed media collage videos, and so on), Prada has revamped yet another item of nostalgia—GIFs. A bit drowned out by the sea of videos, these cute tic-toc animations are the result of the label’s recent partnership with Armenian-born, Paris-based artist Vahram MuratyanParallel Universes GIFs focuses on the very retro element of Prada’s latest Spring/Summer 2012, with this first eye-catching seven-part series.

See more: http://trendland.com/pradas-parallel-universes-gifs/#

April 19, 2012
The Met Museum has unveiled a preview of its new Elsa Schiaparelli and Miuccia Prada exhibition, opening next month, in which an imaginary dialogue between the two designers sees the latter explaining the importance of the humble apron.
Miuccia Prada, arguably one of the most intellectual fashion designers of our time,  talks about how women and their daily lives inspire her uber creative work.
“I’m interested in the lives of women in general, which is why I love aprons,” said Prada. “The apron is a recurring theme in my work because it is symbolic of women’s sufferance. It’s an emblem of women’s despair, their poverty, their passions. I love drama and romance. It’s one of the reasons why I love antique jewellery - I like to live the lives of other women”. 
For both Schiaparelli and Prada, fashion is a way to reflect cultural and political ideas and to promote non conventional ideas of beauty and femininity.  
And we love both of them for that!  

The Met Museum has unveiled a preview of its new Elsa Schiaparelli and Miuccia Prada exhibition, opening next month, in which an imaginary dialogue between the two designers sees the latter explaining the importance of the humble apron.

Miuccia Prada, arguably one of the most intellectual fashion designers of our time,  talks about how women and their daily lives inspire her uber creative work.

I’m interested in the lives of women in general, which is why I love aprons,” said Prada. “The apron is a recurring theme in my work because it is symbolic of women’s sufferance. It’s an emblem of women’s despair, their poverty, their passions. I love drama and romance. It’s one of the reasons why I love antique jewellery - I like to live the lives of other women”. 

For both Schiaparelli and Prada, fashion is a way to reflect cultural and political ideas and to promote non conventional ideas of beauty and femininity.  

And we love both of them for that!  

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