Centered around empowering women, the clothing featured comic strip prints from female cartoonists and manga artists, some contemporary, and some from the ’30s and ’60s. The show suggested, “[A] militant woman in a very practical way,” which spoke through the clothes. The collection was a beautiful show of tailoring in true Prada fashion, and included a wide range of prints and colors, mixed and matched to create the chic looks. High-knee socks were worn with many of the looks, as well as other eye-catching accessories and colorful shoes.
Peep the gallery above to check out the looks.