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Prada: SS 2014

There is always a statement to be made by Miuccia Prada. Sometimes socio-political references, sometimes an underlying metaphysical statement is to be had. Maybe many of us look into more than what is there, but Prada is a show that always has substance, no? Often times innately ugly, many times not beautifully perceived to the eye right away, there is a beauty to Miuccia’s designs that are genius. Various ideas are blended into Ms. Prada’s SS 2014 show.

Murals are at the forefront of focus. Possibly not so underlying, though, is Miuccia forcing her designs to represent a sort of feminine quality: I am woman, hear me roar.

 There are bras that have no functionality at all on the exterior of coats to bejewelled garments mixed with murals of women. Reference after reference, we would say that it is all very blatant and design of high-intelligence.

Last but not least, Grace Mahary walked. Referential design be damned, Grace is THE bad bitch on the runway.

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This is Maggie the Cat…

I’m about to watch Cat on a Hot Tin Roof starring Paul Newman and Elizabeth Taylor. While the movie doesn’t follow the Tennessee Williams’s play exactly, downplaying the homosexual theme due to the Hays Code, the acting is superb nonetheless. What catches my eye is Dame Elizabeth Taylor’s wardrobe. She wears two memorable numbers, a slip and the most perfect, white, flow-y dress. The latter is paired with pearls, a simple necklace, and red lips that contrast the white. This is sexy with class. Add a teaspoon of talent, a snifter of brandy and a splash of white diamonds and you get Elizabeth Taylor in her glory. Simply a goddess.

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