neil barrett was the first designer for prada's men's line,
and he has carried that sleek, sharp look forward to his own line.
it's always one of my favorite shows,
because there are plenty of easy, yet covetable, pieces.
it is not truly future looking,
but rather small steps forward, twists on already existent trends,
and lots of vests and shorts.
this time around,
he did color, and knits:
while not groundbreaking,
his work always provides good clothing for a modern man,
very well edited.
any feelings on the stirrup pants, kidlets?
how about the shoes?