Harrods Pradasphere Prada London

The Pradasphere at Harrods- It’s Cosmic!

When two fashion powerhouses unite, it is an intergalactic experience.  And it’s happening now at the Pradasphere!
Harrods Pradasphere Prada LondonRecently, I had a private tour of this once in a lifetime exhibition.  So, of course I’m sharing all the details with you! Harrods Pradasphere Prada London

Housed under this ceiling on the 4th floor of Harrods, this is a cosmic attraction for any London fashionista.

The journey starts with vintage items from Prada. It includes those made close to the turn of the 20th century. You can see items below, like original paper which covered the purchased Italian treasures.
Harrods Pradasphere Prada LondonDid you know Prada originated in 1913?

Also on display are some of Miuccia’s favourite pieces. They’re grouped by theme, not season.
Harrods Pradasphere Prada London

Harrods Pradasphere Prada LondonIf you look closely, you will see one of the dresses Carey Mulligan wore in last year’s The Great Gatsby.
Harrods Pradasphere Prada London

On the back wall of the Exhibition, videos of Prada models marching down runways appear. Staring long enough will surely put you in a fashion trance.
Harrods Pradasphere Prada LondonFeatured just near these screens are exquisite Prada pieces.
Harrods Pradasphere Prada LondonAnd, of course, there’s a rich collection of shoes for you to obsess over.
Harrods Pradasphere Prada LondonFor die hard fans, several giant books documenting the fashion label’s history are available to peruse.Harrods Pradasphere Prada LondonHarrods Pradasphere Prada London

Harrods Pradasphere Prada London

There’s also a video display of pieces from the upcoming collection.
Harrods Pradasphere Prada LondonAnd for those that are curious how the Prada empire is expanding, there’s a model of the upcoming site outside of Milan.
Harrods Pradasphere Prada LondonI thoroughly enjoyed touring the Exhibition. It will be featured at Harrods until May 29th.

If you’re feeling extra posh, I’d highly suggest splurging in the pop-up Marchesi Café, specifically designed by Miuccia to complete the experience.

For more on that, see my review of the café.

For those interested in Italian fashion, there’s also The Glamour of Italian Fashion exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum from April 5-July 27. Tickets are £12 and advance booking is recommended.

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  1. I love looking around Harrods it is such a beautifully designed store. The exhibition looks like a great collaboration such beautiful shoes. I love the food mall, grabbing some sandwiches, cake and heading to the park to watch the boats and cyclists Lucy x

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