Prada Fantasy Lookbook Fall 2010

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published July 24, 2010

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Updated March 9, 2017

Prada’s fall 2010 collection comes alive with the label’s fantasy lookbook which takes a look at the past season through the illustrations of Alexander Reichert and Fausto Fantinuoli with photography by Phillip Meech. Featuring models such as Miranda Kerr, Barbara Palvin, Lara Stone, Monika Jagaciak, Kasia Struss, Kirsi Pyrhonen, Valerija Kelava, Maryna Linchuk, Ginta Lapina and others, the images go from the runway to the streets in retro style artwork.
















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35 thoughts on “Prada Fantasy Lookbook Fall 2010”

  1. I'm try to make sure if I like the cut&paste effect they've been trying to give out; anyway, the clothing looks amazing

    Reply
  2. I'm try to make sure if I like the cut&paste effect they've been trying to give out; anyway, the clothing looks amazing

    Reply
  3. I'm try to make sure if I like the cut&paste effect they've been trying to give out; anyway, the clothing looks amazing

    Reply
  4. Wow. What. I feel like there are 5 different styles all competing. The 'let's put some girl in some stock photo' looks bad, the illustration isn't amazing but it's okay, there are some random stylized and modeled fashion photography shots, and there's the mashing of the illustration and the photos which sometimes works and sometimes fails. I guess I get what they were going at but it's just not my style.

    Reply
  5. Wow. What. I feel like there are 5 different styles all competing. The 'let's put some girl in some stock photo' looks bad, the illustration isn't amazing but it's okay, there are some random stylized and modeled fashion photography shots, and there's the mashing of the illustration and the photos which sometimes works and sometimes fails. I guess I get what they were going at but it's just not my style.

    Reply
  6. Wow. What. I feel like there are 5 different styles all competing. The 'let's put some girl in some stock photo' looks bad, the illustration isn't amazing but it's okay, there are some random stylized and modeled fashion photography shots, and there's the mashing of the illustration and the photos which sometimes works and sometimes fails. I guess I get what they were going at but it's just not my style.

    Reply

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