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Miuccia Prada's SS18 collection was an ode to strong women everywhere: “I am suggesting militant women in a very practical way,” Prada said. “Through clothes, which is what I do.” This season's styles included prints featuring comics drawn by female cartoonists: “they are mainly contemporary artists, but also some from the ’30s to the ’60s,” said Prada. The result felt strongly reminiscent of the feisty, do-it-yourself energy of early-’80s club and street style in London and New York, viewed through the designer's lens. From big overcoats to slick plastic raincoats, animal prints and sling-back kitten-heeled pumps, the styling was a mash-up of everything you would, originally, find at a thrift shop. It was the language of girls who are “just wanting to change the world, because there’s so much against us, still.”