For the Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Ready-To-Wear Collection, the famous fashion brand Prada has prepared for us an amazing line that brings back the librarian-chic trend combined with lots of sex-appeal on lady-like looks.
26 Feb, 2010
The Italian fashion brand, Prada is one of the greatest names in fashion industry best known for their luxurious designs specialized in women's and men's wear, accessories, footwear, hats, luggage and handbags.
By the time when Miuccia Prada took over the fashion brand, it already started putting a mark over Milan's fashion, but she kept on rising the brand until it became an empire. Soon what started as a local boutique, began expansion across Europe in cities like Paris, Florence or Madrid.
In the Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Ready-To-Wear Collection by Prada, Miuccia managed to come out once again with a stunning line at Milan Fashion Week by keeping up with everyone's expectations and pleasing them all.
This collection is very elegant, luxurious, a classic one, but with a lot of sexiness attached to it even if the clothes are very vintage inspired and leave no room for skin showing, being all covered in retro styled designs.
Miuccia tries in Prada's Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Ready-To-Wear Collection to show us an image about an independent, powerful nowadays woman from a retro, vintage perspective, living by old times morals.
A woman's femininity is expressed through these gorgeous dresses by Prada, even if they are in a simple color or with different details and prints. The dresses are mostly A-line, to accentuate a woman's body and waist and still give a beautiful shape to the whole look.
The main trends that Miuccia uses in Prada's Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Ready-to-Wear Collection are: knee knitted socks with lots of details, pointy toe high heels in powerful colors to pop out from this dark colored collection, ruffles on the bust area on a dress or blouse, cat eye glasses, belted chunky sweaters and blouses over skirts and trench coats in dark colors or with details and prints on them.
As you can see, in the Fall/Winter 2010/2011 RTW Collection by Prada, we had lots of beautiful designs from simple to printed and detailed ones or from dark to light ones, but what stayed the same was Prada's mysterious sexiness and elegance.