Entering Prada’s show was one of the most hectic yet thrilling moments of my Milan Fashion Week experience this year. The crowd of people swarming to catch a glimpse of celebrities walking into the show made it nearly impossible to make it through security. The venue and vibe were like no other, there was techno music blaring, bright lime green walls matched the invitations, and my favorite part was the inflatable seats. Like most shows in Milan, the demonstration started a solid 30 minutes late once key front-row attendees had arrived.
Miuccia Prada sent almost every model down the runway wearing oversize puffed headbands, some in satin and other leather with studs. The overall collection had a late-’60s vibe with mod A-line minidresses, structured handbags, knee-high socks, and polished printed outerwear. My favorite look goes to the below black dress; I had the chance to view up close during the re-see in Milan. Keep reading to see the top moments from Prada’s spring collection.