Prada has unveiled a capsule collection, especially for Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr. Fittingly, the Italian luxury house has teamed up with Afra Al Dhaheri and Fatima Al Ameemi, two creatives from Dubai, for the intricately curated array of ready-to-wear, shoes and accessories.
Titled “Reflections,” the capsule collection contains the perfect selection of pieces from the women’s spring/summer 2021 collection by Co-Creative Directors Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons. The elegant and stylish creations have been designed in multiple hues while featuring work by the regional talents. Plus, some favourite accessories in brand-new colourways, as well as specially designed shoes, take centre stage in the special collection.
For example, the Prada “Cleo” appears in new hues, including the luxurious Desert Beige and an adjustable strap, while another must-have bag is the Prada “System” made of patch nappa leather. This season’s hero piece, the minimalist “Nappa” mules, also make a mark. Feminine mules come in delicate and pretty pastels, just like the purses, while candy coloured pops can also be found on scrunchies, sunglasses and retro hair clips.
When it comes to Eid Al-Fitr celebrations, the options made for the region include a silver metallic mini-pouch, and the popular Prada “Re-Edition” available with crystal embroideries. Fashionistas have also been quick to add evening sandals embellished with crystals and embroideries to their online shopping baskets.
The “Reflections” campaign was shot against a minimal yet impactful Arabian desert landscape. While the unique and stunning location helps the pieces stand out, the simple yet intense backdrop is also the perfect choice as it’s where heritage that goes back millennia mixes impeccably with the modern.
The collection is available in Prada boutiques and online at https://www.prada.com/ae
- One feared dead, several others injured after accident at Legon underpass
- Citi FM journalist, Caleb Kudah allegedly picked up by National Security operatives
- Fire guts new Kejetia Market
- Ghana drops to 95th in 2021 World Happiness ranking
- Citi FM journalist, Caleb Kudah released from National Security custody
- Chinua Achebe’s ‘Things Fall Apart’, ‘No Longer at Ease’ and ‘Arrow of God’ are being adapted for television
- Cape Coast airport to be completed before end of second term – Transport Minister assures
- Wesley Girls: Aside ban on fasting Muslims aren’t allowed to observe Salat – Old student
- Our scholars in Cuba are broke because they insist on table-top payment – GNPC Foundation
- Don’t shake your car when fueling – Transport Consultant
4 more die of Covid-19, active cases now 1,519
Eight home-based players included in Ghana’s squad to face Morocco and Ivory Coast
Extraordinary problems require extraordinary measures – Lands Minister justifies burning of excavators
Government’s fight against galamsey camouflage – PPP
Court remands 32 alleged national security operatives accused of mining
Kenyan MPs summoned over bribery claims
#FixTheCountry: Be measured in your expectations of Akufo-Addo due to Covid-19 – Chief of Staff
#FixTheCountry: Pay cut for political leaders will not achieve much – Afenyo-Markin
Kumawood stars grace Mercy Asiedu’s 50th birthday
MTN Ghana donates in support of Eid celebration in Western Region
Inflation rate drifts into single digit of 8.5 per cent in April
Church of Pentecost hands over fully furnished Ejura prison to state
Legatum Center for Development and Entrepreneurship launches inaugural Legatum Foundry Fellowship for entrepreneurs in Africa
Pregnancy should not be a hindrance to your dreams – Nana Adwoa Awindor
Over 90% of ‘rotten’ vehicles at National Security premises distributed – Former MASLOC boss