Purity, directness, and instinctual dress came to mind at Prada’s S/S 2020. Paying special attention to the presentation, as well as the collection, the designs were shown in the great hall of Fondazione Prada’s Deposito, which had been transformed with an all-encompassing geometric pattern that illuminated the garments in a summery glow. There were several iterations of a simple suit both with trousers and skirts—like a deep purple and navy pairing, and a shiny gold look with a white collar, worn with tall black riding boots. The season’s prints included several geometric abstracted patterns (seen in looks like a calf-length skirt and sleeveless blouse that tied at the neck), and a swirling motif reminiscent of a fern leaf, adorning the skirts and sleeves of several dresses. Tying together each look with a finishing touch, the season’s accessories included pieces like floppy fisherman’s hats, chunky loafers with big buckles, leather shoulder bags, and large-framed sunglasses.