Nov 22, 2011

by English Muse

At the start of every season, I try to make a point of going to the Rem Koolhaas-designed Prada store in Beverly Hills to look at the new arrivals — displayed like fine art — and pick up a (FREE!) copy of the latest Prada Lookbook.

This fall, the fashion house chose a “fantasy” collage theme for its oversized pulp book.
Imagine Margot Tenenbaum with photoshop and a glue gun and you’ve got the Fall 2011 Prada Lookbook, an amazing pastiche of fashion and retro wonderfulness.
(I would say it’s “lovely” but I’m trying to use that word less.)

Anyway, have a look:


GAH, I wish I were rich. I would only wear Prada, with occasional breaks for Chanel. Alas.


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4 Responses to “A Prada Pastiche”

  1. I wish I were rich too…I’d have such a fabulous closet if I were.

  2. I think i’ll say it: LOVELY! Prada is always so inspiring… but i thik if i was a rich girl i would be a Chanel girl!

    Take a look on my blog if you wish, it’s now both in english and spanish!

  3. odessa says:

    ah..these collages are so visually stunning! if only…
    btw, i’m not sure if its just my browser but i can’t see the “leave a comment” link in your posts. šŸ™‚

  4. Heidi says:

    I live in NY… I worked for Prada… I AM a Prada girl! I always go to the Guggenheim Prada store for inspiration!!!!!

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