Frankenstein-theme gets to heart of Prada's menswear message
7 monthes ago - By The Guardian
Mary Shelley's monster inspires autumn/winter 2019 collection tackling humanity, danger and chaos Miuccia Prada is a designer so influential that she only has to dip her toe in the water of a new trend and the proverbial ripple effect is felt on all sides of the pond. After her menswear show in Milan on Sunday night, that means Frankenstein is about to become one of the most mined inspiration points on the fashion landscape this year. “Frankenstein is an example of a monster with a big heart, so that was the main idea,” said Prada after the show, citing author Mary Shelley's themes of...
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