Monday, March 1, 2010

"it's normal clothes,"

Prada fall 2010 collection

"It's normal clothes," Miuccia Prada said backstage before her show. "Classics. Revising the things I did in the nineties." Behind her, models, hair done up in sixties beehives, were changing. Among them were Doutzen Kroes, Catherine McNeil, Lara Stone, and Miranda Kerr, young women whose relatively curvaceous beauty has generally exempted them from being cast as exemplars of female gorgeousness on runways such as Prada´s for the last few years.


I find it great, that Prada is starting to use healthier women, models.

Take a peek at the show:

Prada Fall 2010 Ready-to-Wear

Prada Fall 2010 Ready-to-Wear

(style.com)

I actually liked these two, though the whole collection wasn´t really what I expected, these two are nice. And I love how they are starting to use healthier models, and not the skinny-bone models.
What do you think?


La Dolce Moda*

6 comments:

  1. very cute blog! i like that these models aren't waif thin as well. i'm a new follower of your blog.

    check mine out some time!

    cherylclarke.blogspot.com

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  2. LOVE the fact that the models arn't too terribly skinny. Not only do the clothes look better, it really makes me want to wear them! :D

    Found a great post about that on fashionista.com..."The Prada Girls Have Boobs"..or something like that.

    Great post!
    --chloe
    http://flowerponychloe.blogspot.com

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  3. The jacket is so gorgeous!

    Judith
    http://couture-and-beauty.blogspot.com/

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  4. thanks so much for stopping by!
    :)

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  5. the models aren't exactly plump either.
    love the coat.

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  6. I'm in agreement,
    it's nicer to see some models that aren't dead skinnyy,
    i was at London Fashion Week last weekend and some of them were so skinny it made me feel sick!
    Great post,
    just started my own blog- http://dolce707.blogspot.com
    :)

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