The anti-establishment of the 1970s rises in an all-encompassing collection spearheaded by the earthy tones of corduroy, paired with the steadfast leather and tweed. Divergence occurs with colourful Sunday Artists knitwear, inspired by the warm colours in paintings by part-time artists displaying their work over weekends in Montmartre or Hyde Park, alongside the implementation of the Talisman collection, Prada’s first collection of sculpted silver, natural materials and semi-precious stones (rock crystal, amethyst, labradorite and citrine), in shapes of the heads of animalistic deities to ward off evil, summon goodwill or luck.
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