Monday, May 4, 2009

Prada Clothing "Counts Most"

The Prada fashion week was all shameless reveling in femininity and absolutely, everyone talked about the controversial ad campaign depicting a severely anorexic girl that had been revealed to thousands of journalists and buyers attended the shows.

Anybody is talking about the Spring/Summer 2009 collection unveiled by Miuccia Prada. To make the show worst, several models stumbled and fell trying to walk down the runway in impossibly high platform shoes.

The Prada clothing is absolutely primitive in nature. The fifties overtones, with the high chignons, the crumpled bras, and swishing rear action in the below-knee pencil skirts, managed to channel the heyday of Cinecittà without cliché. Best of all, this is a collection destined to look even better on a woman with a real body than it does on a teen model. And Mrs. Prada surely knows, really is “what counts most.”

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