Miuccia Prada often collaborates with both rising and renowned artists for her collections and for Fall/Winter’ 17, she commissioned renowned illustrator Robert McGinnis for a series of prints that appeared on many skirts and T-shirts.
If you’re not familiar with the 91-year-old illustrator, McGinnis is the man behind the posters for some of the most iconic films of all time, including none other than Breakfast At Tiffany’s.
Inspired by the titillating prints of that collection, Prada will be launching a special capsule collection (entitled, quite aptly, Prada Poster Girl) of T-shirts and sweaters, each emblazoned with a different femme fatale.
Expected to hit Singapore mid-July, prices range from $720 – $1330.
Sweaters come both in short or long sleeved versions, together with a hood on certain designs.
With a total of 11 designs, we’re all in a dither over which to pick but for me, this is my personal favourite.
Can’t pick one? Each design comes in this packaging that features all the different prints.
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