Prada's FW18 Collection Pits Man Against Machine

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This past January, Prada unveiled a bold range of reconstructed styles at its Fall/Winter 2018 presentation during Milan Fashion Week. Drawing inspiration from its extensive archive, the fashion house purveyed wide-cropped short-sleeve shirts, knitted sweaters, velcro sneakers, light jackets, backpacks, fanny-packs as well as Rem Koolhaas’ head-turning design of a reverse jetpack backpack. To celebrate the cold-season range, HBX recently shot an editorial that highlights a plethora of standout looks.

“We are all controlled by machines of many kinds… We are living in a period which is interesting because we do not know where we are going” said Miuccia Prada of the collection. “The world will be saved by intelligence and humanity and generosity—and possibly love. But, of course, the aesthetic world helps, a little.”

View the imagery above and head over to HBX to shop select styles now. In other fashion news, Willy Chavarria recently unveiled its Spring/Summer 2018 collection that pays homage to New York City heritage.

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