The collaboration between Prada and Taiwanese-American artist James Jean is one which dates again to the Italian label’s Spring-Summer 2008 present, the place the central factor of mentioned present have been James’ illustrations of fairies amongst flowers that have been translated into lovely, ethereal RTW items. 10 years on, James Jean makes a return at Prada’s Resort 2018 assortment, this time showcasing playful motifs of rabbits and lilies rendered on varied RTW items that embrace gown, jackets, pantsuits and parkas, in addition to a big selection of bags and SLGs.
Now out there in any respect Prada boutiques domestically, a number of the must-have bags from this lineup embrace the Etiquette (SGD3550), basically a messenger bag that may be slung over the shoulder or worn throughout the physique for that easy look. The different can be the Cahier (SGD4730) which is available in a smaller structured leather-based physique that’s good for these on the hunt for a dressier piece.
As for these searching for one thing nice for each work and play, there’s the Handbag which comes adorned with James Jean’s lovely illustrations throughout. Available in two sizes, full with prime handles and a further shoulder sling that’s at all times helpful, the smaller one is available in at 24 cm by 15.5 cm and retails at SGD3250, whereas the larger one is sort of twice the dimensions, and is available in at SGD3550.
Now, should you’re one to match your bag along with your SLGs, these small leather-based items vary from SGD350 for a easy cardholder proper as much as SGD1070 for the lengthy pockets, which is definitely fairly affordable for an excellent collaboration piece. Rounding up the household are the iPhone7Plus circumstances (which additionally means iPhone8Plus telephones) within the pink rabbit and lily motifs that’s priced at SGD400.
In different phrases, should you’re a fan of James and missed out on his first collaboration 10 years in the past, you wouldn’t wish to miss out on this now. Because chances are high, he would possibly solely make a return 10 years from now…