If you've looked at fashion news lately, you may have seen that Raf Simons has taken his talents to a certain Italian megabrand. However, it speaks volumes that he willingly enters Prada as a co-creative director alongside Miuccia Prada — regardless of her familial ties to the house, Miuccia is Prada. Since joining the family business in 1978, she took her grandfather's company from a single shop in Milan to global mega brand. You love the Prada style of nylon? Miuccia originated that with her accessories in the '80s, forever redefining the idea of luxury, making it more practical, more wearable, and yes, a little less pretty. And she's still doing it.