Prada's sunglasses are (literally) a work of art.
There may not be a Miu Miu for Target line, but that doesn't mean Miuccia Prada is immune to collaborations. The practice which once resulted in illustrator James Jean drawing naked, vicious pixies on status bags and silk dresses.
This story was published on May 16, 2011.
Now Prada's got eight more artists, all working with their latest line of sunglasses. The shades are called "Minimal Baroque" - the best oxymoron we've ever heard - and starting today, they star in a series of images done by emerging Italian talents.
Click through to see them here, or visit a Prada store in Milan, Paris, London, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Madrid, or New York City to view them in person. (You can also buy the shades themselves in a Prada store - they cost about $300.)