Dresses got the plastic treatment too. Models were clad in bodycon gabardine dresses, their silhouettes blurred by a futuristic tech fringe with reflective surfaces. (Sarah Paulson pulled off a fluorescent green version recently for the Ocean's 8 premiere. Needless to say, she stood out.) The collection's array of technical nylon garments were layered with lots of feminine tulle, creating that distinctive contrast that we know Prada has a penchant for.
From the sleek red strip of the Prada's nineties Sport Collection to the bananas and hanging monkey motifs of Spring/Summer 2011 all of Prada's old icons were on display throughout the collection's stable of sunglasses, bucket hats and bags. Some even featured the 1980s triangle Prada logo that was first seen on the aforementioned line of nylon backpacks by the Italian brand. These symbols mingled with some of the brand's newer ones, such as the dinosaurs and robots printed on tote bags. This season, Prada also debuted a house logo that appears to be propelling forward — an apt metaphor for the brand's unfalteringly pioneering vision.
Discover the entire Prada Fall/Winter 2018 collection below: