What Miuccia Prada presented today was about the opposite of perfection. Grand yet effortless, and with ease—that ease, again, that is on the side of the slattern this season. This was a workwear femme fatale, with a hands-on dishabille wardrobe: Furs were tie-dyed and casually slung over shoulders, or they were vast; evening coats that were oversize, creased, and crumpled—this time in that characteristic duchesse satin—were given the same tie-dyed treatment, almost appearing like massive stains. It was a contemporary updating of the kind of clothes Simone Signoret might sashay around in. She was, after all, often typecast as a good-time girl.
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