Prada Linea Rossa has enlisted Willow Smith to help launch its FW19 collection. The 18-year-old singer busked at a station along the London Underground's Central Line while rocking pink track pants, a matching jacket, and black high-top sneakers.

Prada chose to link its collection to the Underground because of the brand's signature red line, a unifying factor similar to the train running through the heart of London. And as always, the technical gear is engineered for modern living with metropolitan and urban roots.

In a move toward sustainability, the collection's technical jersey is made with polyester fibers from plastic bottles sourced from the sea and land fills. Using the recycled polyester reduces CO2 emissions by 75 percent compared to virgin polyester.

The FW19 collection is out now, and you can head to Prada's website to cop.

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