Entertainment Fashion Week of Milan: 3 things to remember the Prada Show Spring-Summer 2022
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The creative duo formed by Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons presented the new collection Prada Spring-Summer 2022 simultaneously at the Fashion Week of Milan and Shanghai . Here's what it should not be missed.
The house Prada has hit again strong this year for the presentation of its spring-summer collection 2022. After two seasons in digital mode, the luxury claw chose to offer two twin shows on one side and the Other on the planet. The collection was unveiled at the same time in Milan and Shanghai, this Friday, September 24th. The goal ? Celebrating the unique experience of the parade and the power of technology to transcend borders and unite two worlds. In addition, a celebration of fashion and community. While remembering this unprecedented show? Here are the 3 most beautiful ideas signedand .
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The asymmetric skirt
very short at the front, close to the miniskirt, but long like a wedding dress tray at the back, Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons revisit the asymmetrical skirt. With a sharp break between the skirt and the back, the two co-creators of this new collection woman destructors all the more the classic asymmetrical skirt.
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, but somewhat neglected in recent years at Favor of square tips, the pointed tip shoe returns to the podium of the Haute Couture house. Open on the outside, barely maintained at the heel level, or reworked in real pumps, the new Prada shoes make us look. Dévertes in several shades, ranging from the classic black to yellow, orange and green very pop, smooth leather to lace added, Prada offers us for all tastes.
Sampdoria vs. AC Milan odds, how to watch, live stream: Italian Serie A predictions for Aug. 23, 2021
European soccer insider Martin Green locked in his AC Milan vs. Sampdoria picks on Paramount+Kick-off from Luigi Ferraris Stadium is set for 2:45 p.m. ET. The latest Sampdoria vs. AC Milan odds from Caesars Sportsbook list Milan as the -104 (risk $104 to win $100) favorite on the money line. Sampdoria is a +305 underdog, while a draw would return +240. The over-under for total goals is 2.5. Monday's match will be streamed live on Paramount+ with their must-have Premium plan.
The Perfecto Oversize
This is an icon of our wardrobes, all generations confused. Further bringing a rock look to an outfit, as classic as it is, the Perfecto is a timeless. Rethinking by Prada, offering it in Oversize, this leather jacket makes it possible to get a male look, without giving the impression of having borrowed the jacket of his companion, too great for himself. With his shoulders structures, his right dropped cut to perfection, and his smooth and brilliant leather, the Perfecto will undoubtedly be the strong trend of this week of Italian fashion.
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MILAN (AP) — Youth climate activists Vanessa Nakate and Greta Thunberg chastized global leaders Tuesday for failing to meet funding pledges to help poor nations adapt to a warming Earth and for delivering too much “blah blah blah’’ as climate change wreaks havoc around the world. They even cast doubt on the intentions behind a youth climate gathering where they were speaking in Milan. Four hundred climate activists from 180 countries were invited to Italy’s financial capital for a three-day Youth4Climate summit that will send its recommendations to a major United Nations climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland, that begins on Oct. 31.