Prada Shows Off Latest Line In A Specially Designed House

Prada Shows Off Latest Line In A Specially Designed House
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For their newest menswear show, Italian label Prada had Rem Koolhaus create a "home" for their models to walk through.

Laura Feinstein
  • 25 january 2013

Do you have your Vivienne Westwood wallpaper and your Cynthia Rowley tool kit, but still feel like your house could use the “designer touch”? Well then maybe it’s time you traded that railroad apartment or split level ranch house for your very own Prada pad. Recently Miuccia Prada took the company’s look to a new level by creating a miniature world, stocked with a bevvy of male models, to act as the stage for her menswear runway show. Though there were less hijinx at Prada’s faux apartment than the Zoolander male model pad, there still seemed to be plenty of fun to be had. The models, decked out in the fashion house’s signature lux everyday wear, strutted through a custom made set stocked with modernist geometric furniture and normal household objects amped up in bold, primary colors– all created by design megastar Rem Koolhaas, and his Office for Metropolitan Architecture, or OMA.

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