Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Be the first to read Prada Book

It has been three decades since Miuccia Prada inherited the quintessential Italian label, Prada, that has since then expanded beyond fashion and accessories and became the top vanguard for fashion, art, architecture, cinema and communications.

Through the collaboration of Miuccia Prada and Patrizio Bertelli, the PRADA Book was perceived and created.
The new book documenting the Prada's diverse projects in fashion, communication, architecture, film and art.
For those who are interested, the price of the book is 100 euros ($150) and readily available at Prada stores worldwide, in exclusive bookstores and on Prada official website.

Feel and experience the Prada history, own and be the first to read the Prada Book.

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Lady GaGa Performs at Royal Variety Show

Lady GaGa is incomparable. She was invited to entertain the Royal audience at the Royal Variety Show in London.

She performed the variety show wearing a red leather dress with a 20ft long red train inspired by Queen Elizabeth I. The dress had a huge ruffle on the neck match with perfect red boots. The huge circles of sparkling red eye make-up completed the look.
The singer performed Speechless song and had a chance to meet her Royal Highness The Queen of England - Queen Elizabeth. She curtsied and shook her hand after the performance.

Monday, December 7, 2009

Pick your Prada Shoes for Spring/Summer 2010

PRADA - high end designer - shoes. Apparently Miuccia Prada was inspired by "business to beach". It's more like "dollar store to stripper club". The slide on mules are pretty bad, but I may wear them to the pool if they were given to me (but I would never pay a dime for them), but all the rest with the overly obvious Velcro attachments are absolutely hideous.

The chandelier attachments make the shoes even worse and are flat out costume-y. It's almost as if she tried to make them ugly and cheap looking to pass it off as art - Maison Martin Margiela style.

Muccia Prada's reputation as one of fashion's great intellectuals surely doesn't rest on her shoe designs.