Prada’s 2014 F/W collection evoked a sense of organized chaos; bold prints and punchy colors were juxtaposed with understated shift dresses. Look 29 certainly played on these dichotomies. Violet shearling trim lined an art deco-inspired overcoat, bringing a ’70s panache to the look. This statement piece was offset by a sultry, sheer, knee-length dress that played with varying degrees of transparency. Gold trim added a lavish effect, while skinny, silk scarves tied around the neck made for a modern take on the ascot. The wedge was rendered winter-proof in the form of closed-toed, ankle-strap heels made of leather, adding another degree of sophisticated funkiness to the look. We call first dibs.
THIS FIRST DIBS ITEM WAS SELECTED BY INTERVIEW ASSISTANT MARKET EDITOR STEPHANIE STRAUSS.
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