The activist impulse usually found expression in the art world, where he has tirelessly defended the new. Tonight, she continued on that course, bringing in a group of artists murals to decorate the place, while at the same time make a feminist statement in the light of contemporary denigration of the concept itself, reached be so radical. “I want to inspire women to fight,” he said, after a show that will be hard to beat as a highlight of the season. The last time that feminism enjoyed any popular currency could have been with the Riot Grrrls in the nineties. Miuccia reflected in the concept of tribalism.
His models were girl gangs (encoded by hair color and graffitied eyelids); element street / sport collection also had a gang member. And the wall against which the show took place, multiple provisions of womanhood-repeated political street art of Los Angeles, Mexico and South America. The images of the murals were collected for use in clothing and accessories. Oh, yes, those accessories, the most ladylike in the recent history of Prada bags. Along with making socks and Miuccia in Tevas. The disconnect said everything I needed to know about designer steadfast refusal to work without reference.
Trying to draw lines between this and that collection was silly. Similarly, in an attempt to detect the influence-for example, the work of mid-century artist Richard Lindner seemed inform the spectacular Color-blocking. But that could only have been the personal preference of a viewer. However, there was a strong artistic element in the show. The way clothes were infected by the mural art energized them. And no power on the surprising appearance of Britney Spears on the soundtrack. (Admittedly, his latest song, “Bitch work” has the pulse of the best uplifting EDM equipment.) The contrast with the demonstration of Prada men in June could not have been more striking.