Citing the influence of filmmaker Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Miuccia Prada's A/W14 offering was a sumptuous display; intensely felt, and ripe with cinematic flourish. "It was an alarming collection," said illustrator Helen Bullock, "rich with beautiful blocks of colour and haunting figures. I felt under a dark spell when I was drawing. As if I was staring at new breed of women – part of an army set to take over the world. The lighting gave startling colour to the skin, and the contrast of fabrics and silhouettes were strong, but still elegant."
Drama at Prada A/W14
Illustrator Helen Bullock captures the drama and beauty of the latest Prada collection from Milan
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