Architects Rem Koolhaas, Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron and designers Konstantin Grcic and Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have all contributed to Prada's F/W 2018 menswear collection, seen at Milan Fashion Week. The Italian label invited a range of designers to create garments and accessories for its latest collection, which was presented as part of this season's menswear fashion week in Milan 2018.
The collaboration, named Prada Invites, called for each designer to take an "industrial" approach using black nylon – a material seen throughout the rest of the collection.The brand describes this material as "timeless, practical yet precious, an avant-garde expression of elegance for today".
"Drawn from the universe of workwear, the military and industry, the fabric transgresses traditional signifiers of opulence, expressing a fresh breed of transgressive and subversive sophistication," it said. Be Inspired .......
|Brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec created a shoulder bag inspired by folders used to carry and transport art|
|Rem Koolhaas created a backpack that is designed to be worn on the front of the body|
|German designer Konstantin Grcic looked to multipocketed fishing vests for his garment|
|Jacques Herzog & Pierre de Meuron designed a shirt, which is printed with a pattern based on ancient language & scriptures|
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