Prada Showcases Utilitarian Nylon for Fall/Winter 2018

Including a jetpack designed by architect Rem Koolhaas.

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Unlike previous seasons which have been presented at company headquarters for decades, Prada unveiled its Fall/Winter 2018 menswear collection at a warehouse adjacent to arts and culture center Fondazione Prada. For the collection, the Italian fashion house went back to its industrial roots, accessing its iconic nylon fabric. A standout of the show was Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas’ design of a reverse jetpack backpack, styled on a model with a yellow bucket hat.

Take a look at the full collection above and be sure to see more of Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2018.

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