Yesterday a Miuccia Prada exhibit opened at the iconic Harrods. The exhibition is a dedication to the designer’s “diverse obsessions,” that include fashion, film, art, architecture, sports and history. Titled “Pradasphere” the show runs until the end of May and aims to blend the commercial, the artistic, the philosophical and the edible. The “Pradasphere” will also feature heritage items form the Prada archive as well as a “history wall” that spotlights the brand’s involvement and dedication to the Fondazione Prada and the America’s Cup. Many other things will be located in the “Pradasphere” such as: The Marchesi café, a screening room, and the brand’s architectural projects.
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