After their debut as co-creative directors in September last year, Raf Simons and Miuccia Prada return with a visually stunning, boundary-pushing collection that blends the best of their signature styles. We break down our favourite looks from this much-anticipated runway show.

The Reinvention of Re-Nylon

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In this move away from minimalism, Prada presents modern parkas in their signature Re-Nylon textile, with a touch of vintage glamour.  

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Yellow with Optimism

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A controversial colour that was adopted by Miuccia Prada since 1987 has now become something fashion critics and enthusiasts look forward to. This puff-sleeve coat is an exciting clash of electric yellow with deep green and baby blue, which captures the brilliant duo's growing mood of optimism. 

Their optimistic outlook on the fashion industry and the world, which has been in lockdown due to the pandemic, was one of the topics at Prada's post-show discussion attended by American filmmaker Lee Daniels and actress Hunter Schafer, among others.

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Faux Fur Fashion Moments

Oversized faux fur coats and faux fur accessories, from clutch bags to wraps, put a modern twist on Old Hollywood opulence. It may be premature but we would like to announce that the rectangular, double-sided wraps with faux fur on one side and either paillettes or floral print on the other, may be one of the best fashion pieces of the season. 

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A Sight in Sequin

Sequins became wildly popular in the 1920s. They return triumphantly in the new '20s with this Prada coat, the shape of which falls in line with this collection's main silhouettes that pull away from the body. Yet another outerwear option, Prada gives women a large selection of statement coats to brace the year-end chill. 

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Hypnotic Prints

Catsuits. Turtlenecks. Leggings. Gloves. Bags. Knit sweaters. Hypnotic jacquard and moiré prints turn up everywhere in this Prada collection, adding to the electric surrealism during the runway show. 

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