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Garment: Turtle Neck

garment: At Prada, young does not translate to streetwear, even if there were sneakers, according to Vancouver Courier. The new plastic square logo on nearly every garment, including the folded turtle neck, was strictly an ironic answer to prevailing trends. While the topics of generational and creative change at some of the most-established Milan fashion houses were running in the background, young brands carved out their own space to grow by their own rules.article continues below Trending Stories Neptune 5 testing the wave-power waters off Point Grey Greater Vancouver home prices to drop 21 per cent by 2019 analysis East Side businesses feeling the pinch Your Fortis BC bill isn't going up next month Some highlights from Sunday's shows, including Milan mainstay Prada alongside younger brands Palm Angels, MSGM, Sunnei and Korean newcomers BESFXXK. PRADA BASICSMiuccia Prada says she was trying to do elegant in a new young way with her latest menswear collection. Against previous intentions, elegant at Prada translated into sexy i.e. short shorts for men and at times playful big stuffed aviator hats made for summer despite the decidedly wintery earflaps, mostly in Prada's trademark black vinyl. I never wanted Prada to be sexy, but willingly embraced the notion as the rest of the fashion world seemed to resist sexiness in favour of boxy street looks, the designer said. I never pronounced sexy in my life. ( As reported in the news.