Photography: Richard Phibbs
By Kaila Gantt, February 3rd, 2013
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By Kimberly Cortes, March 29th, 2012
Ladies, lets turn back the hands of time and celebrate women’s history month in style. Remember your grandmother’s or mother’s old clothing. Sometimes we wonder, why isn’t this back in style? It was back in 1947 when Christan Dior’s “New look” started the era of tight waist shirts and full skirts dropped below the mid calf. This is when it all began, the era of womanhood, self expression and femininity. It’s no surprise this era continues to influence the designers of today. So, whats hot this spring 2012? The 50s are cooking. Check these hot new (or shall I say, old) styles!
By Nuo Yee, March 20th, 2012
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By Tiffany Yannetta, October 1st, 2010
Alas, the epitome of menswear luxury has arrived at Prada: the made-to-measure program. Any man whose ever put on a suit, let alone had one precisely custom-made to fit his body, knows that the beauty of a perfect, timeless suit lies in the masterful tailoring and pristine details. With expert tailors trained in Italy and Prada’s reputation, what better hands to help you pick a lining and select the best collar? The made-to-measure program includes shirting, suits and jackets, and all of the garments are made at the Belvest factory in Italy. With a choice of over 250 suiting fabrics, 40 coat fabrics, and shirting options that range from classic solids to vintage Prada prints, the possibilities are endless.
By Eva Medoff, April 26th, 2010
No, this is not a pool party or a film still from “Boogie Nights.” It’s true: Lucite, the clear, lovable plastic most closely associated with the 70s or ladies of the night, has made a comeback in high fashion. And we have to admit, there’s something beautiful about that crystal clear platform, that transparent handbag or that second-grade chic jelly sandal. We highlight two brands (Prada and Michael Kors) who are doing lucite in style.
By Eva Medoff, March 25th, 2010
Tell the average style-minded person that Verdi’s “Attila” premiered at the Metropolitan Opera last month, and they’d probably respond with a blank stare. But mention that Miuccia Prada happened to design the costumes—and that the relatively unknown opera stunned the likes of the New York Times with its powerful performances and imagery—and you might get a slightly different response.
By Eva Medoff, March 22nd, 2010
Prada has partnered with M/M (Paris), a French design initiative, and used the T-shirt as its canvas. Led by Mathias Augustyniak and Michael Amzalag, the group has taken its obsession with alphabets—and their ability to simultaneously represent individual and whole—and created its own interpretation of the Prada brand through the PRADALPHABET.