Prada took the audience back in time with her menswear-collection. She wanted return to something simple she told editors. Simpel it was, for instance no prints, no funny colors. There were seventies silhouettes and vintage-colors, but what stood out was the graphic play with colors blocking and contrast. The underlying feeling was sporty and athletic, like the tank tops and tennis sweaters plus the sports-slippers.
The shapes were straightforward: two-button suits with patch pockets and slightly flared pants, polo shirts with contrasting collars and plackets, short-sleeve leisure jackets and tubular coats. A band of contrasting color flashed inside the pant legs. Broad borders appeared on trim, lightweight coats.