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https://www.archdaily.com/781592/amo-brings-pradas-2016-s-s-collection-to-life-with-real-fantasies-video Karissa Rosenfield Prada is an iconic Italian luxury fashion brand that was founded in 1913 by Mario Prada. Originally known as Fratelli Prada, the company began as a small leather goods shop in Milan, offering finely crafted luggage, handbags, and accessories. However, it was Miuccia Prada, Mario Prada's granddaughter, who transformed the brand into a global powerhouse. With the company’s continuous evolvement, Prada is now known for not just its interests in fashion, but also art, architecture, cinema, culture and sport.
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All frames in green with the quantity shown are available for immediate dispatch (subject to delivery times and lens requirements). https://www.archdaily.com/589723/prada-launches-fw2015-menswear-in-oma-amo-s-infinite-palace Karissa RosenfieldIn 1993 Miuccia Prada launched Miu Miu, her vision of an alternative style – a brand with a strong personality, provocative and sophisticated as well as free-spirited and avant-garde. That year Prada was awarded the Council of Fashion Designers of America award for accessories.
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Miuccia Prada started working for the company in 1970 designing accessories, after earning a degree in Political Science from Milan University. While taking over the business Miuccia met Patrizio Bertelli, an entrepreneur active in the production of high-end leather goods. Together they formed a partnership laying the foundations for the company’s future international development and success. With Bertelli assuming the role of business manager, Miuccia could now focus fully on designing.
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Saint Laurent Men’s Summer 24 at Mies van der Rohe’s Neue Nationalgalerie. Image Courtesy of Saint Laurent Continuing its long-lasting collaboration with Prada, OMA’S research and design branch AMO created a cinematic scenography for the brand’s 2022 Fall Winter Menswear show. Yellow carpeting envelops the hall of Deposito at Fondazione Prada, reimagined as a theatrical setting with olive-green theatre chairs and stage lighting. In juxtaposition, sci-fi looking metal-clad tunnels bathed in neon lights emphasize “the uncanny relationship between the theatrical and technological atmospheres”. Susannah Frankel is editor-in-chief of Another magazine. Previously fashion director of Grazia magazine, she was fashion editor of the Independent from 1999 to 2012. She is the author of Visionaries - Interviews With Fashion Designers and has contributed to many books and exhibition catalogues, including Dries Van Noten 1-100, Stephen Jones: Souvenirs, Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty and The House of Viktor & Rolf.