It's always fun and challenging to try and make sense of a Prada show. This season's show venue, for starter, is an industrial space draped in sheer plastic with matching inflatable seats (designed by Verner Panton), each with its own global coordinates placed next to the seat. Yet, when the models walk down the runway in the tiniest shorts you can imagine, with a ushunka winter hat; you start to wonder: is this an oxymoron? Or is it just a styling trick? Where is this mishmash going? And then, there are floral printed shirts, leather zip ups, bright turtlenecks and ruffle dress shirts - again, paired with super short shorts and winter hats. Whatever the notion is, Prada is ahead of the curve and everyone will be following suit. And that was one of the most sexy (but not vulgar) collections we've seen in Milan. - Ian Loh, Fashion Director, Esquire Malaysia.