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Prada designer says her work more important than sales

A model presents a creation for fashion house Prada during the Women "I don't want to be judged by sales, กระเป๋าสะพายหลัง ผู้ชาย my life is much more important than sales," she told reporters backstage at Prada headquarters. "I never think about that. My life is more important -- what I do through my job -- is more important than it." The wider luxury business hit the doldrums in recent years due to a collision of culprits like a slowdown in Asia, currency volatility and customers staying home after a series of terror attacks in Europe.  But houses like Gucci -- which saw sales in the first quarter of 2017 grow at their fastest pace in 20 years -- have bounced back, while others are struggling to find their mojo. A model presents a creation for fashion house Prada during the Women's Spring/Summer 2018 fashion shows in Milan, on September 21, 2017. (AFP/Andreas Solaro) Prada reported earlier this month a drop in profits and a fall in revenues in the first half of the year, saying it was overhauling its operations with the aim of generating more regular income. Still Prada hit the catwalk with a fighting spirit, showing a collection adorned with the studs made famous by punk rockers' black leather jackets. There was also a mash-up combination of flowing floral dresses, striped businessman-type shirts and skinny trousers which stopped at the calf. The idea behind the collection was a blank slate, and Prada said nearly all of the dresses began white and were subsequently printed over with colours. She also mixed leopard print with other patterns and added images drawn by women comic book artists.

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