Having done that, my question is- what was she trying to do or say through the presentation of these clothes? We all know nothing is as what it seems for Muiccia. Some say she's shifted the paradigm for what is considered sexy in fashion. But in all honesty, she's been doing that, pioneering her ugly-chic look ever since the 90's.
The designer also dreamed up a whole new type of sock, a knitted knee sock with a ribbon in grosgrain or chiffon sewn down the shin, which i'm almost sure will spark a hot new trend.
Ms. Prada loves to examine our sentimentality about women and beauty, and in some respects this was her most assertive anti-fashion statement in awhile. Something about these clothes felt so outside current fashion and obsessions as to be but a distant squeal from a 60s fondue party. Admittedly, some of the outfits almost dared you to call them ugly, but it's Prada, hun. What did you expect?