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Prada announces Pradasphere exhibition, capsule collection and pop-up café at Harrods

Prada will take over Harrods during this May with its Pradasphere project that aims to offer visitors the chance to fully immerse themselves in Prada’s creative universe. Pradasphere will include an exhibition, which will be on view at the fourth floor of the iconic Knightsbridge store, showcasing key pieces from past collections as well as a selection of Prada’s multiple collaborations and side projects. The windows on the ground floor will feature treasures from Prada’s archives along with a capsule collection of ready-to-wear, bags, shoes and accessories that will pay tribute to the 100 years of the influential Italian brand, created exclusively for Harrods. “Pradasphere will transport our customer into the fabulous world of Prada here at Harrods, marrying two brands synonymous with luxury, design and creativity,” Helen David, Harrods’s fashion director, told British Vogue. “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.”

What’s more, Prada will inaugurate its first ever Pradasphere café, where visitors will have the chance to take a break from the ultimate Prada shopping experience for some refreshments. “We will take Harrods customers on a journey from the moment they arrive at the store, after passing our world-famous windows, to the Prada café, and to the exceptional exhibition we are creating on the fourth floor,” adds Helen David. Prada fans, you can’t say you haven’t been warned!