when technology and fashion head trips combine...
The clothes had a '60s influence, with cat-eye glasses, beehives, and stiff a-line hems that hit right at the knee. But then it went spacy, with shiny leather peacoats, plastic circle buttons, and yet another Prada thigh-high that we'll all want (this time, in deep navy and purple).
And just in case worlds weren't colliding enough, Mrs. Prada shipped in some backup dancers - Victoria's Secret models Doutzen Kroes, Miranda Kerr, Alessandra Ambrosio, and NYLON It Girl Rosie Huntington-Whitley - to join the usual (stick thin) suspects on the catwalk.
Our intrepid fashion director, J. Errico, was live in Milan, and right after it was over, he could only stammer, "Loved it. The girls, the boobs, everything."
We also love that you can watch the entire show, over and over, on Prada.com.