This romantic gothic story, which continues from the show to the end, comes between us.
The latest season of Willy Vanderperre’s ‘Anatomy of Romance’ Prada’s fall/winter 2019 AD season features a romantic movement that departs from reality and builds its own utopia for love.
In the abandoned industrial environment of reinforced concrete construction, flowers are blooming all around, hormones promote the ambiguous flow.
From seeking to meet, from the intimate relationship to the mutual union.
Human emotions are like flowers and plants growing out of barren ruins. Wild growth becomes an oasis of romance.
In the meantime, the experiment continues.
It represents the young people’s obsession with innovation. The original intention of surrealism and futurism is exactly the fashion viewpoint that these two collections are intended to express.
In the latest Prada special in DUST magazine, shot by photographer Willy Vanderperre, the model also escapes into a desolate natural territory in search of the Prada utopia that coexists in her heart.
Vilma Sjoberg and Adut Akech are wearing Prada’s fall/winter 2019 collection on the cover of the Italian edition of Vogue under the theme “Words Matter”
The caption is from a poem about “roses” written by Michael Cunningham, the author of the novel “the hours”
“She’s still dreaming, everynight. Look at her now, before She’s made entirely of roses.”
Read carefully, between the lines also use rose as a metaphor, to express women’s self-identity.
Those of you who have seen the hours know that Virginia Woolf wrote the words —
Mrs Dalloway said she would buy the flowers herself.
For these works of art, “flower” has always been a symbol of female awakening.
From the flowers in the Prada advertisement to the flowers in the show, they all echo the theme.
All these are the conceptual expression of the elaborate layout of Miuccia Prada, as well as the successful realization of Prada’s style reconstruction.