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Prada presents the fluffy tree, touchy feely tribute to mould

Whoa there Muiccia! Either PSFK does not understand your direction or you've taken up costume design for the new Chronicles of Narnia film? With a...

Simon King, London Denim
Simon King, London Denim on February 21, 2007.

Whoa there Muiccia!  Either PSFK does not understand your direction or you’ve taken up costume design for the new Chronicles of Narnia film?  With a collection which was more London than Milan and a presentation tied more around the texture than the aesthetic this mortal is finding hard to decipher this enegma:

Dip dye effect clashing colour blocks!
Auntie Ethel’s fury fabrics!
Spray on mould! 
The walking tree look.

We can only guess that Prada finally opened that wardrobe which had been locked since the 50′s. 

With so many designers following Prada it will be hard to escape some part of this look on the high street this AW.  PSFK prays it’s the colours that will influence as the shapes and textures leave us ‘always winter, never Christmas’.

Perhaps we’ll appreciate this collection better when been translated for us by Topshop?

Read the brilliant Sarah Mowers review at Style.com

PS.  Always Winter, Never Christmas,  narnia quote for those not familiar with the brilliant CS Lewis

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