Before Raf Simons joins her as co-creative director, she staged a "show that never happened" as seen through the camera lens of Juergen Teller, Willy Vanderperre and more.
Plus, will 'one size fits all' survive as fashion becomes more inclusive?
Miuccia Prada's current vision for the house includes lots of capes and camouflage.
And that's exactly what we would expect.
Miuccia Prada mixed schoolgirl staples like knee-highs, neck bows and sharp collars with futuristic, in-your-face statement pieces in a way that only she could.
Also trending, per the iconic Italian label: "A Clockwork Orange"-style eye makeup.
Oversized headbands and swingy silhouettes galore.
This is quite a remarkable crew of small-screen big names.
Including those worn by Elle Fanning, who opened and closed the show.
It's time to break those studded belts (and jackets and bags) back out.
Plus, Ralph Toledano resigns from Puig.
It's an aesthetic only Miuccia Prada can pull off, and we're here for it.
See the latest collection from Miuccia Prada, fresh off the runway at Milan Fashion Week.
The silent film follows actresses Allison Williams, Freida Pinto and Kuoth Wiel.
The retro swimwear, floral caps, fur robe coats and towel-like stoles were a delight.
See Miuccia Prada's latest outing for the label, just in from Paris.
Plus, Miuccia Prada addresses the "see now, buy now" movement.
The collection doubles as a diary of her adventures.
Could there be a future Oscar winner in the mix?
Get ready for "Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology."
Meet Miuccia Prada's punk rock princesses.