Zambernardi started at Prada in the 1980s, eventually rising to lead its shoe division in 1997 before being named design director for both Prada and Miu Miu in 2002.
A behind-the-scenes force, Zambernardi helped to shape Prada’s trademark aesthetic, melding improbable prints with rigorous cuts, and has long shared Mrs. Prada’s fascination with camp and kitsch femininity, as well as her obsession with uniforms.
His studio is known for taking inspirations that flirt with the outlandish and ugly and transforming them into wearable, covetable products that allow wearers to simultaneously demonstrate both mastery of and disregard for conventional good taste.
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📷 Brigitte Lacombe