Mui Miu took to the runway on the last day of Paris Fashion Week 2019 showcasing floor-length capes and clashing army camo prints.
Skipping the exaggerated trend, the Italian fashion house decided to free the shoulders of any rigidity with heavy capes – which appeared more like sleeveless jackets – being a key look across the collection.
Again playing to her own rules, Miuccia Prada tapped into the clashing prints trend by draping a camo scarf over models’ looks, pairing the earthy-green print with tartan jackets and camel-hued capes. Going all-in with the print, it was also worn on cropped jumpers, cardigan and shorts duos and ankle-length coats.
While that aesthetic served as cosy daywear, nightwear took a different turn. Models donned sheer dresses with floral embroidery over black slips and likewise-embroidered knee high socks.
Velvet was another fabric favoured by Miu Miu for Autumn, as black velvet was fashioned into two-piece short suits, cropped trousers and billowing capes.