InStyle‘s Fashion News Director Eric Wilson and Style Director Melissa Rubini are in the thick of Milan Fashion Week and after attending Prada‘s fall/winter 2014 show the two couldn’t wait to share their thoughts on the collection. The live performance set the tone for the show, which featured an orchestra complete with a full wind- and string- ensemble that accompanied concert vocalist Barbara Sukowa. Powerful prints burst down the runway in reds, yellows, and purples that were hard to miss. Covetable coats, lust-worthy dresses, and funky shoes were standouts from the art-inspired collection. The looks were overly styled and out of this world—as is Miuccia Prada’s way—but still grounded in reality. More than wearable, we predict you will see these looks all over the streets come fall. Check out the review in full by watching the video above!

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