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Prada’s A-listers style was on point for the Spring 2018 runway show (and so was Miuccia’s collection)

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“Miuccia Prada, a politically literate, ardent feminist, has at times used her runway as a platform to express not only her seasonal sartorial preferences but her world views, particularly as they pertain to perceptions of women. Prada is also an art lover and patron. In the collection she showed Thursday evening, she drew on those elements — feminism, politics, art — for a collection of statement clothes, not in the manner of trend statement or take-your-breath-away statement. Rather, they stated a philosophical call to arms. The result was fascinating in its premise yet oddly disquieting in its ultimate dispassion.” (Via WWD, coz lately Rachel Strugatz chronicles are the most brutally honest out there).

SHOP PRADA:

Yesterday at @prada. 💞✌️🔥🌟 Swipe for more plus my wobbly live. 👉👆🤳 #mfw #ss18

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Veronika Heilbrunner seen during Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2018 on September 21, 2017 in Milan, Italy. (Photo by Timur Emek/Getty Images)

Prada baby 🔥

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Yoyo Cao before viewing the Prada collection #mfw. Photo by Acielle @styledumonde

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Introducing @prada's version of a comic book nerd ⚡️

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