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21-02-2005
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wow...can't believe how much i like this...i'm glad to see miuccia has moved beyond the robots and the feathers.

love the suits and the frog closures on the coats...

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i think that the collection has too dark colours but is romantic.
That's a big part of what I like about it. I'm taken with the color pallette in the first photo posted.

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this reminds me of the 90s prada i didn't understand nor like. but i commend her for going back to her fundamentals and reintroducing us to those things that are truly trademark prada. while the past few seasons (fall '03/spring '04/fall '04) have been fun to see that she can absolutely set and adhere to trend, i'm glad that she's going back to her roots and creating those enigmatic yet quiet pieces that shot her to success all those years ago.

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I love this

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21-02-2005
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I love the texture on the coats and jackets. the bags do nothing for me, but the coats -- love em!
I also prefer to see a designers approach evolve, and continue where another season left off. Its less erratic than say...Marc Jacobs. I want a designer to stand by their concepts...especially if Im going to invest in it.

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21-02-2005
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According to IHT:
Miuccia Prada's comment on her collection...
"It is deeply human,"Prada said. "It is less frilly, more sensual, not romantic, no fur, no embroidery except a few tough things. And I am satisfied for once with my work."


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I know! How wild and ridiculous! Maybe next season we'll actually see a BLACK model at Prada!
hahaha, hopefully!

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22-02-2005
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no, grommets are the little metal "holes"
and they are totally 'inspired' by what E2 showed two seasons ago..
i need to see this in detail when i have some time

thanks for the topic m.o.m

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Wow, I really, really liked the whole collection. So much cleaner and no-nonsense then the last few. Some great pices and details.

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22-02-2005
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I can't say I've ever liked Prada, but you can always rely on a new and fresh and innovative collection.

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22-02-2005
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i usually hate frog closures, but this is used really effectively...

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I think it's really beautiful, one of the nicest collections for women I've seen in years. I'ts interesting that she's said she's happy with it. It does seem natural, unforced, unfussy.

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agree Johnny - tis lovely. i looked at the whole collection on vogue this morning - bootiful.

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22-02-2005
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ive never really understood the crazed obsession some people have with prada. a lot of these clothes look like they need a good pressing IMO, they look/the fabrics look awfully crumpled, unless thats the aim

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obviously.. i agree with acid, looks like this last coat posted could do with some more skilled sewing ..much more at the price one has to pay to buy this coat..

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