LONDON — The inquiring mind of Miuccia Prada will be laid bare today at Harrods with an exhibition dedicated to the designer’s “diverse obsessions,” including fashion and film, art and architecture, sport and history.
“Pradasphere,” which runs until the end of May, aims to blend the commercial, the artistic, the philosophical — and the edible. Prada has created a version of Marchesi, the 19th century Milanese pasticceria it purchased earlier this year, on Harrods’ fourth floor terrace.
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