by Eyal de Leeuw | 14.01.13

“You’ll live to be a hundred if you give up all the things that make you want to”

(Interiors by Woody Allen).

The stage at last night Prada‘s Winter 2013 collection was a mazed-like interiors of sterile homes: living rooms, waiting areas and bedrooms with projected windows showing more interiors or city skylines.

The models were walking through the spaces like ghosts, wearing basic outfits with very classic color palate: blue, light blue, yellow and red. With a minimal restrained style, Prada interferes the unadorned collection with shirts, often checked, that were worn purposely askew.

Sometimes untucking one of the shirt collar, while the other is out, is all you need.






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