Miu Miu is Forever Young

 

Credit: Elle

A look at Miu Miu’s scorecard on the NYTimes website, and you’ll get the obvious message Miuccia Prada relayed to the world. (Somehow when it comes to watch Prada’s work she always has something profound to say.) Consisting of her depiction of 1940s’ glamor, the collection somewhat told of a tale relating to our own cultural state. Her muse: the upcoming, aspiring stars of pop culture. Daily Front Row–online runway analysis station–felt the correlation to be strongly put.

 

“No wonder Miuccia Prada identified the aspiring star as her spring muse. The references were literal — starburst shapes in metallic leather or bright satin, tacked onto garments and accessories.”

Prada cleverly–yet ironically–placed Mila Kunis in her front row. In that sense, proving her conveyance. One of the last to debut their collection for autumn, Miu Miu closed it with a cute, little notion.

The Miu Miu Autumn/Winter Collection of 2011 was one Associated Press said to be “embraced her inner contradictions.” Rightfully so, the annotation does completely follow the collection. The showing debuted a more relaxed, sophisticated theme at first, but was amplified with signature Prada silhouettes. Big shoulders and cropped cuts created the top half, and free-spirited mid-length skirts created the bottom half. Vintage-like fur, flower, and signature Miu Miu bird print appearances took stage of embellishment. Whereas, the collection as a whole was an amplified–maybe even quirky version of Miu Miu’s glamor at its best.

I found it to be amazingly cute! It was young, fresh, and somewhat new.

Stars: 4/5

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