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The ‘Plex + Spazzolato’ and ‘Mistolino’ are made of very ordinary looking vinyl and plastic, but to counter-act the obvious limitations of the material, Prada has made strides to elevate them beyond their basic forms.
They’ve adorned the doctor-shaped carrier with semi-precious stones and plastic crystals, which adds a little sparkle to this regular household material.
Lara Stone replaces Sasha Pivovarova as the new face of Prada Infusion d’Iris Fragrance in Spring Summer 2010 editorial photographed by internationally renowned Mr. Steven Meisel.
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Intrigued by Prada’s new “Print Collection,” inspired by a single outfit in the 1950s, the collection encompasses beautiful prints in an array of fabrics that range from cottons to silks. The design is matched to an embroidered silk faille shoulder bag on a chain strap and a ballerina shoe with appliquéd ribbon. The bags and flats are so fun to mix and match with, gorgeous prints focused around a selection of archive Prada prints which are perfect for spring/summer. The collection goes on sale mid-May at Prada stores.
Some of the world’s largest and most influential fashion labels including Giorgio Armani and Prada have united to distribute their shows evenly across a full week, meaning the biggest shows aren’t condensed into three days and smaller labels will have a chance of being seen.
Described by Christian Lacroix as “perhaps the only one to have made natural and successful alchemy between hard-nosed business and avant garde art”, the fashion designer Joseph Ettedgui has died in hospital in London aged 74.
Ettedgui founded the Joseph label in 1972 and went on to open more than 20 shops in the UK and abroad.