The woman who made the bananas, the monkeys and starfish look chic, Miuccia Prada. This time, guests entering the show were in front of a new surprise: the room had become a huge parking. The seats were big, vintage cars made of foam. And while cars print might seem a little bit ugly, the clothes were so feminine, beautiful and well-cut. The gray coats, slightly bulky in the back, with blue, cream, orange and green scattered flowers on, while the strict, pleated skirts in pale pink, had broderie anglaise, from which arose flames. The tiny cotton tops combined with pencil skirts (always in the same boyish pattern), leaving stomach area completely bare . The rubber dresses that highlighted the waist, was in pink, black, mint green and ecru. The Coveralls swimsuit, which referred to the fashion of 50′s in satin purple, red and black highlighted the curves, while the lighter, satin jackets were decorated with beads on the shoulders and, of course, vintage race cars were printed back. The overall feeling was that femininity meets tomboy.