This colorful shirt was sent down the runway for a good reason. It features three different prints fused into one loud piece of design, bringing graphic verve and clashing key motifs from the collection in typically eccentric form. While the back print features a print of roses on thunder, the front is graced by a broken heart symbol on the right chest placed on a blue and black cloud of leafs.
For Fall Winter 2019, Prada decided to make an exceptional statement on Milan’s Runway, with their Universal Studios Collaboration. The basis of the design was the Gothic horror novel by Mary Shelley, in which the title character Victor Frankenstein creates a monster through an unorthodox experiment. Muiccia Prada revealed that Shelley's novel first spoke to her when she found out that the writer had published her story anonymously because of her gender. Prada’s main goal with this season's collection was to express the "ideas of reaching boiling point, anger and despair."