Two popular brands sharing a creative spirit and passion for great designs have come together to bring a fresh voice for Fall/Winter 2022.
Capsule collection fall/winter 2022 – the 50-year milestone of Porsche and boss companionship
The eighth Porsche x BOSS capsule collection celebrates the enduring friendship between the two German brands while giving new definitions to existing icons. The first time BOSS sponsored a Porsche race car was in 1972. To celebrate 50 years of cooperation, the promotional campaign featured two legendary cars – the heritage 924 GTP Le Mans and the model. new car 992 GT3 Cup Car – as a way of recalling the past and looking to the future with drive and determination.
This year, the Porsche x BOSS collection is defined by precision, high performance, and an innovative approach. Standout designs in the collection include the chic Olivenleder leather jacket – part of the brand’s responsible fashion approach, simple polo shirt, warm sweatshirt, and a classic t-shirt. and sneakers and outerwear designed with characteristic curves.
In addition to the trendy color palette of black, white, and dark orange (marmalade), the highlight of the Fall/Winter 2022 capsule collection is the possession of many designs made from materials of “green” origin. environmentally friendly.
PRADA SPRING SUMMER 2023 COLLECTION: FINDING THE “BEAUTIFUL BEAUTY” FROM THE BAD
Prada’s Spring Summer 2023 collection has recreated reality, reflection, and the way people observe life. The designs bring a new perspective on the concept of “truth and beauty”, in the rough and beautiful, especially the harmony of contrasts.
Placing the runway inside a room covered in black paper, accented by cinematic panels by Nicolas Winding Refn, Miuccia Prada, and Raf Simons made a fashion statement about the astonishing harmony between the two. paradoxes, contrasting aspects of life. Wide-shoulder blazers and formal collared shirts are all worn with trendy tights.
Sexy sleeveless silk top with an elegant pencil skirt. Plain cocktail dress designed to stand with angular material like paper. Not following maximalism as many fashion houses are still applying at Milan Fashion Week Spring Summer 2023, Prada’s new collection is marked by a neutral color palette such as gray, black, beige, and brown, sometimes dotted with a few colors. prominent colors such as vermilion, green, yellow, blue, etc.
In particular, the most notable is the seemingly “imperfect” details that appear on each outfit. At first, the creases on the Prada coat seemed like a mistake. The audience watching the show was probably wondering if the model, bored with waiting for her turn, sat down on the floor and accidentally crumpled her outfit.
But then there was a pencil skirt with a slit in front with jagged edges. Knitted sweaters and skirts cut mid-thigh, layered over torn white silk. The short, ruched dress looked like it had not been ironed and had to be worn. And the silk pieces printed with giant flowers seem to be torn at the edges to reveal the black lining underneath… It all seems like a careless, messy arrangement, yet, under the skillful hands of people. tailors, these are meticulously crafted details,
By using materials like the surface of the paper, the collection clearly shows patchwork, creases, and imprints with countless folds. It is like a reflection of today’s busy life. Clothes are wrinkled due to haste, and not always as perfect as on screen. Or the representation of different realities through contrasting mixes and designs, showing the diversity of life.
Human movements animate surfaces – traces of life shape the forms of clothing, cracks, twists, wrinkles, and folds intentionally capture natural, like signs. A memory of beauty is woven into every fiber.
Sharing about the spirit of the collection, designer Miuccia Prada said: “Life and people create clothes. They’re not just an embellishment for appearances, but they’re also how life’s milestones leave their mark. The idea of clothing being shaped by people excites us.”
Our life is not smooth, it is not perfect, it is broken, torn, and devastated. Those broken pieces leave a mark and an eternal patchwork. And fashion, like movies, can perfectly reflect the reality of life, through its rogue details, and purposeful omissions, as Prada did.
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