Miuccia Prada Brought Back Her Infamous Flame Pumps For Fall 2018
February 25, 2018 - metal shoes
Sometimes, boots are like ball trade cards. Or, in millennial speak, like ’90s-era Pokemon.
One of a best seasons was open 2012, when Miuccia Prada debuted a 1950s-esque collection with boots dubbed a “Hot Rods.” They were steel stilettoed heels desirous by selected cars, some with neat automobile-like hardware; others with cutout leather abandon trailing off a heels. The $1,450 boots became an present strike — offered out within days — and are still rarely collectible 6 years later.
Fast brazen to fall 2018, and Miuccia Prada has brought behind a rarely desired heels, though in a some-more unconventional approach rather than a retrospective.
The engineer sent out colorful, neon garments with boots to compare and a culmination that put a flamed heels on full display, set opposite a windowed backdrop that was illuminated with neon signs outward a Fondazione Prada.
The initial few looks featured a brand’s signature black nylon material, with neon sheer accents underneath, though a collection fast incited some-more DayGlo, with neon immature fringed dresses, sporty skirts and jackets finished some-more scrupulous by their colorful tweed material, and splendid technical vests and anoraks that sealed a show.
The aforementioned fire heels were not a usually boots in a show: There were also technical shoe covers that doubled as leg warmers, suggestive of those sleeping bag-like insulated slippers. There were Wellies surfaced with nylon drawstrings during a top. And there were elementary two-strap sandals, finished in splendid colors and styled with resisting ankle hosiery — a signature Prada styling technique that’s coincidentally turn a large trend during other brands.
It was a collection that explored some of a brand’s biggest hits though in a modernise that’s certain to emanate waitlists once more.
See some-more styles on a runway from Prada’s fall 2018 Milan Fashion Week show.
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