A series of live events focused on and designed for creatives in different hubs around the world, Prada Extends - now coming to Tokyo, after the concept launched in London in November 2021 - interconnects like-minded figures, encapsulating the identity of each locale and its creative community.
As part of the 'The Sound Of Prada' experience - with an emphasis on music as a means of bringing people together - the concept of Prada Extends is created with and curated by British-born, Canadian-raised electronic musician Richie Hawtin aka Plastikman, also a Prada collaborator with his recent original soundtracks for the brand’s fashion shows. Hawtin has a deep history with Japanese music and culture - a touring performer for over 25 years, and a fully-trained Sake Sommelier, and recipient of the coveted Sake Samurai award by the Sake Samurai Association, a council for the Japan Sake Brewers organisation.
A new expansion of the idea, this Prada Extends edition - on July 21 - comprises a duo of events: a conversation and a celebration.
The first, staged in Prada Miyashita Park store in the Shibuya district of Tokyo consists of a talk on music and current topics between Richie Hawtin and Naohiro Ukawa - a multi-hyphenate talent behind behind the Tokyo-based digital live-streaming studio Dommune - a brand which exists at the intersection of live digital technology and Tokyo’s nightlife scene.
Following this intimate discussion, an event at Terrada - a centre for art and music, including one of the largest gallery complexes in Japan - features music and visual performers curated by Hawtin, including his own performance. The line-up includes a live show from South Korean producer, beat maker and artist Lionclad; Tokyo-based artist machìna; and the Japanese electronic musician and producer Yuri Urano. Each artist is paired with a Japanese-based visual artist: bringing Richie Hawtin with Kaoru Tanaka / Performed by Manami Sakamoto; Lionclad with Ken-ichi Kawamura; machìna with Shohei Fujimoto; and Yuri Urano with Manami Sakamoto.
Prada Extends Tokyo is a celebration of Japanese culture, of music, of creative communities that connect figures around the world.
'Prada Extends has been created out of a desire from Prada and I to unite different creative cultures using design and aesthetics as the central focus. At our first event in London we featured a diverse range of musicians and experienced an incredible communal spirit between the icons of fashion, film and design who attended. Prada Extends series builds upon the dialogue I had with Miuccia and Raf while I composed the soundtracks to the Prada shows during the pandemic and continues to explore a strong symbiotic relationship between fashion and electronic music. The second event taking place in Tokyo is personally very exciting for me as I’ve been inspired for decades by the culture and creative community of Japan - be that in music, fashion, art or sake. Welcoming Prada Extends to Tokyo feels very relevant due to a strong Japanese desire to appreciate and consider aesthetics on every level.' says Richie Hawtin.
คงปฎิเสธไม่ได้เลยว่าเทรนด์แฟชั่นนั้นไม่เคยหยุดนิ่งและปรับเปลี่ยนอยู่ตลอดเวลา รวมถึงความชื่นชอบในสไตล์เสื้อผ้าและแอคเซสเซอร์รี่ของแต่ละคนก็มีความหลากหลายและแตกต่างกันออกไป Club21 Multi-Label จึงเรียกได้ว่าเป็นอีกหนึ่งแฟชั่นเดสทิเนชั่นที่ตอบโจทย์และสามารถมอบประสบ
Valentino นำเสนอกระเป๋าสุดคลาสสิกอันโด่งดัง Valentino Garavani Roman Stud วิวัฒนาการผลงานอันประณีตของหมุดอันเป็นซิกเนเจอร์ของเมซง ผ่านจอภาพเคลื่อนไหวสามมิติในสถานที่สุดพิเศษทั้งสี่แห่งทั่วทุกมุมโลกทั้ง New York’s Times Square, Tokyo’s Minami Aoyama,...
To present the upcoming Full Summer Men's and Women's collection, Tod's evocatively describes the atmosphere of a casual and relaxed Italian holiday lifestyle, where fun and joyful entertainments are the protagonists.
First introduced in Wardrobe 03 as part of the small leather goods collection, Salon 03 sees the development of the Turn Pouch in new sizes, colourways and material. It is now available in two sizes - small and medium.
'Chopard Loves Cinema' An Haute Joaillerie collection freely inspired by movie masterpieces. Representing so much more than an oft-repeated refrain, ‘Chopard Loves Cinema’ is the theme chosen by Chopard to mark its activities at the 75th Cannes Film Festival,
Innovation, Made in Italy and the Japanese culture meet in the new Dolce&Gabbana x Jujutsu Kaisen Special Collection, creating new synergies between art and style. The Jujutsu Kaisen universe, which became highly popular in Japanese culture, has inspired...
Following the opening of the FENDI boutique at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands in February 2022, the first 'World of FENDI'