February 17, 2022 at 08:40PM
Storm Reid made a powerful entrance at Prada Mode in Los Angeles, when she arrived at the immersive art experience in a sharply tailored blazer, a white button-down shirt, and a matching mini skirt. A tiny black and silver belt cinched her waist, creating an hourglass figure that likely inspired Reid’s caption when she shared the look on Instagram writing, “Small waist pretty face.” A long train attached to the back of the blazer fell fluidly by her feet, conveying a regal air. “The queen is here,” Reid’s look seemed to say. Her look first made an appearance on Prada’s spring 2022 ready-to-wear runway, marking the start of a fruitful collaboration between creative directors Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons.
With its dramatic flourishes and structured silhouette, Reid’s look could point toward the future of post-pandemic fashion. As many contemplate an eventual return to the office, the topic of power dressing is dominating the conversation within fashion circles. Designers are reimagining suiting for the near future, and if Prada’s look is any indication, that future is one in which people embrace refined and relaxed silhouettes equally.
To complete the look, the “Euphoria” star accessorized with low-heeled Prada slingback pumps. The young star was recently spotted in another head-to-toe Prada look while out in Manhattan, pairing a light blue puffer coat with navy separates. She accessorized that look with the brand’s signature combat boots that feature a removable pouch. In her hand, she carried the Re-Edition 2000 handbag in cornflower blue. Along with both the aforementioned street style looks, Storm Reid also made a lasting impression at the 2021 Met Gala in a Prada crop top and crystal embroidered shorts layered under a feathered skirt.
It’s safe to say Reid is a fan of the fashion house, and they create magic together. Scroll on to see her power outfit, and shop the brand’s signature pumps.