Prada's romantic bonbon colour collection

Prada, a brand synonymous with practical-chic, intellectualism and more subdued colors, showcased a rather romantic bonbon-color collection for Fall/Winter 2025.  “Romance and goodness is needed, especially at a time like this,” said Miuccia Prada backstage after the show, which took place at the Prada Foundation in Milan. “History teaches us everything,” said Prada, “everything from politics to fashion to art, everything we are comes from our past”. The idea of fragments of history was made literal via fragmented clothes, such as suits, the fronts of which were made from tailoring wool, the backs from silk: business in the front, boudoir in the back. And combined in pastel bonbon colors, fur trimmings and tweed.

“The collection is also about love, love for fashion, love for beauty,” added Raf Simons, who joined Miuccia as co-creative director of the Prada brand in 2020. Delicate slip skirts; headgear reflecting the design of caps in different shapes decorated with colourful raffia and feathers.

At 74, Miuccia Prada appeared on the cover of the latest US Vogue Magazine to honor her achievement in the global Fashion Community. She became known for having invented a unique, counterintuitive aesthetic, at once thought-provoking and alluring. And successfully establishing two fashion power houses, Prada and Miu Miu, and, in collaboration with her husband, Patrizio Bertelli. The Prada Group has become a cornerstone of the global luxury market; with an impressive $4.5 billion in annual revenue and overseeing a workforce of more than 13,000.

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