MIU MIU spring 2015 PFW
Miuccia Prada created the bad girl’s perfect wardrobe with her interpretation of revamped sixties and seventies fashion. MIU MIU spring 2015 was designed to pull the feminist rebel out of every good girl. Belted pencil skirts, cropped ruffle tops, and coats in a pattern mix to love.
Plaid, pastel, and shiny leather skirts with belts came out in a variety of colors. When paired with those frilly crop tops, the outfits had enough attitude to fill a room. Pointy heels topped with smalls bows and occasionally a pair of socks added a coquettish appeal to the look. Vibrant colors such as fire red and ice blue were recurring throughout the show and each time were just fantastic to look at.
Miuccia blessed the runway with the most beautiful assortment of coats. Suede, striped, quilted and shiny, each coat was irresistible eye candy. Chunky wedges and boxy bags dolled up the bad girl ‘tude coming down the runway. A rebellious schoolgirl, sassy showgirl… bad girls having all the fun on the runway. Even sweet Yumi Lambert got an edge on. MIU MIU spring 2015 PFW selects by Brigitte Segura, written by Andrea Porro.
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