Prada Offers A Tutu For YouYou

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Italian fashion label Prada showed off their Autumn/Winter ’08 collection in Milan last week. As you can see, the legendary house decided to dabble in ballet-inspired attire. Kuwait would not approve. Nor does the NY Times Guy Trebay:

The man in Ms. Prada’s current vision was domesticated and so passive as to be a neuter. One notes this not merely because the models looked abnormally robotic and were given nothing to wear outside the house.

Oh, Trebay, don’t act like you don’t know men who would happily traipse about Manhattan wearing a tutu – as long as it said Prada.

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11 Comments

  • emb

    Um, no.

  • Upright Guy

    So Prada is saying that Men this fall will be women?

  • ProfessorVP

    Does the tutu come in a larger size? A three-three?

  • DavidDust

    The tutu and pants TOTALLY don’t match.

  • Jack Jett

    Not to sound like a hillbilly Anna Wintour, but I was wearing tutu’s over pants on cable access television in Dallas Texas in 1990.

    As for as the Professor’s question, I think I may go into the biz of making this for full size guys.

  • gay as life

    Completely unattractive, but it has folks talking.

  • ggreen

    The effete skeleton look has crossed over from women’s fashion to “men’s”. Tom Ford, Marc Jacobs, et. al. don’t believe its fashion unless you’ve suffered for it so starve bitches starve. All the “hot shows” in Milan showed 97 percent skin and 3 percent fashion this year. Where is the talent in that? I still love last years “big new” fashion statement. Men dressed like teenage Catholic girl’s school, girls. The editors here loved it and claimed it the new black.

  • hells kitchen guy

    ggreen: calm down. no one looks at these wretched mannequins as physique role models. One of the ways in which men are (thank you, jesus!) more sensible than women.

  • afrolito

    I love that sweater. The rest, not so much.

  • PJ

    Prada is losing it. No self-respecting man (gay or straight) would wear that outfit. Come to think of it, I don’t think an off duty drag queen would wear that travesty.

    Prada, I am sooo disappointed. I think I need to go cry on Armani’s shoulder pads.

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