‘Too Much Fashion, Too Much Clothes, Too Much Everything’ – The New York Times

By on September 20, 2019

And it was there most surprisingly at Prada, where Miuccia Prada stood, dwarfed by a scrum of celebrities and editors after her show, preaching the gospel of non-disposability, reduction, purity. “The person should be more important than the clothes,” she said. Today, “we need to do less. There is too much fashion, too much clothes, too much of everything.”

Too true.

Still, it was something of a statement coming from Mrs. Prada, a woman who made her name on her tendency to about-face from season to season, to put her nose to the wind, follow her sense of smell and explore what direction identity was going at the moment (muchness! minimalism! 1970s waitresses! Japanese manga!) even if it led her in a totally different direction than her most recent collection — even if the net result was that her customer had to practically buy a whole new wardrobe each time.

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