miuccia prada in “how many people does it take to design a dress?" by annie leibovitz for vogue september 2000

Designer Miuccia Prada in “how many people does it take to design a dress?" by annie leibovitz for vogue september 2000

SHADOWS AND LIGHT | Miuccia Prada, photographed at the Rem Koolhaas–designed Fondazione Prada, which opened...

Inside Miuccia Prada’s Process

“I am always attracted by what I don’t know,” says Miuccia Prada, shown here at Rem Koolhaas–designed Happy birthday to our 2015 fashion innovator! From our Nov 2015 issue (📷:

Miuccia Prada (Italian pronunciation: [ˈmjuttʃa ˈpraːda]; born Maria Bianchi Italian pronunciation: [maˈriːa ˈbjaŋki]; 10 May 1949) is an Italian fashion designer, and the businesswoman behind Prada and Miu Miu.[1]  The youngest granddaughter of Mario Prada, she took over the family-owned luxury goods manufacturer in 1978. Since then, the company has acquired Jil Sander, Helmut Lang and shoemaker Church & Co.[citation needed] In 2002, Prada opened her own contemporary art gallery.[2]

Miuccia Prada’s Biography

“Women always try to tame themselves as they get older, but the ones who look best are often a bit wilder. Thinking about age all the time is the biggest prison women can make for themselves” - Miuccia Prada

Miucci Prada Reinterprets Her Greatest Hits for Spring 2017 Photos | W Magazine

Miuccia Prada Reinterprets Her Greatest Hits for Spring 2017

wmagazine: “ Miucci Prada Reinterprets Her Greatest Hits for Spring 2017 Photo by Portia Hunt.

Prada (Italian, founded 1913), Miuccia Prada (Italian, born 1949). Dress(detail), autumn/winter 2011–12, Prêt–à–Porter. Machine–sewn white silk organdy, hand–embroidered with plastic opalescent paillettes and clear beads. Photo © Nicholas Alan Cope. #ManusxMachina #CostumeInstitute

Scale play background Prada (Italian, founded Miuccia Prada (Italian, born Dress(detail), autumn/winter Prêt–à–Porter. Machine–sewn white silk organdy, hand–embroidered with plastic opalescent paillettes and clear beads.

Miuccia Prada. Head of her family's label & creator of the Miu Miu line. Now that's a stylish lady!

Fashion set get first glimpse of Prada-Schiaparelli Met exhibition... in Milan (but Miuccia's still not impressed)

Chapter On Cultivating Arch Rivals Elsa Schiaparelli. The Italian fashion designer (and Coco Chanel rival) brought conceptual fashion to the masses in the with collections that drew heavily on the Surrealist art movement for inspiration.

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