The stunning exhibition «Pradasphere» opened its gates to the public and the fans of the house – who have the opportunity to enjoy closely legendary Prada creations from various collections of course – and i present some of the amazing photos i found online! In the framework of the exhibition, the sources of inspiration of the great Italian company and artistic director, Miuccia Prada, to be presented by 31 May at Harrods in London.
Shockingly frames and interesting items from the vast archive of the house – which come from the fields of architecture, cinema, sport and art – displayed on the fourth floor of the department store. At the same time, the shop windows travel the public through the highlight moments of the house, measuring more than 30 years, presenting a series of historical collaborations and iconic pieces.
The sources of inspiration for the artistic director of the great Italian house Prada, Miuccia Prada, to will be displayed by 31 May at Harrods in London, at the exhibition «Pradasphere». Shockingly frames and interesting items from the vast archive of the house – which come from the fields of architecture, cinema, sport and art – displayed on the fourth floor of the department store.
Speaking to Vogue, Harrod’s fashion director Helen David said the “Pradasphere will transport our customer into the fabulous world of Prada here at Harrods, marrying two brands synonymous with luxury, design and creativity…We’ve worked with the Prada team behind the scenes to create a phenomenal, unique experience, celebrating the brand’s history as well as the creativity of today.”
At the same time, the showcases travel the public through the top moments of the house which measures more than 30 years, presenting a series of historical collaborations and iconic pieces. For those truly out to shop, Harrods will be releasing an exclusive capsule collection of ready-to-wear, accessories, shoes and bags that have been inspired from Prada’s last 100 years of design.
“Pradasphere is a portrait of one of our generation’s most creative minds,” says Michael Rock. “The exhibition presents, through a collection of remarkable objects, the way Miuccia Prada’s vision is made manifest in everything she touches. Pradasphere demonstrates that Prada is not so much a brand in the traditional sense of the word, but one extraordinary individual’s way of thinking, way of making, and way of looking at the contemporary world.”
Prada acquired a Milanese pastry shop. The Italian label bought 80% stake in Angelo Marchesi Srl, the company that owns the Pasticceria Marchesi-a pastry from the 19th century, in the city is famous for sweets, chocolates and the panettoni. The acquisition, according to the firm, is the first of a series of ‘future projects improvement “of Prada, which is expected to take place in Milan, but also globally.
Marchesi represents a symbol of Milanese excellence, and I am happy we have stipulated this agreement with the family that founded the historic brand,” said Prada SpA managing director Patrizio Bertelli.
According to Reuters, Prada reportedly made a bid for Cova Coffee House, located in Milan’s high-end fashion district, before the company was purchased by LVMH last year.
About a week ago, although the temperature reached 23 degrees Marc Jacobs appeared on the streets of St. Barths with a fur coat from the spring Prada collection, and now Anna Wintour it is time to steal the glory wearing herself a furry Prada creation from the same collection in icy New York premiere of the new season of «Girls».
Marc Jacobs and Anna Wintour snapped wearing matching Prada fur coats to Great Gatsby premiere.
Last year‘s photos Marc Jacobs and Anna Wintour wearing the same Prada coat made immediately the news around world and at once began the debate on who wore it better. This year it seems that history may repeat itself.
Marc and Anna have been involved in a good old ‘who wore it best?’
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In Ghana Naomi Campbell was photographed by Willy Vanderperre under the stylistic Edward Enninful instructions and the result is the editorial ”Naomi Campbell: The First Lady of Fashion”, hosted on pages of magazine W. H Campbell among others wore creations by Nina Ricci, Giorgio Armani, Prada and Dior, a timeless stylistic journey in the decades of 40 and 60.