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Milan fashion week kicked off today with a dizzying spectacle courtesy of Miuccia Prada, who enlisted studio AMO to create a vibrant geometric set decked in ceramic tiles for Prada’s SS20 show.

AMO is the research and design arm of OMA, which designed Prada’s Fondazione building and its vast multi-purpose Desposito grand hall. The studio plastered the venue’s concrete shell with a riot of patterns, offset by soft golden lighting.

 

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The hall’s soaring support columns given a gilded hue, while interlocking seats wrapped around the run-way stage, set with a Navajo-style geometric pattern. Seating meanwhile was tiled with bumble-bee and liquorice allsorts colourways.

Models wore Handmaid’s Tale inspired bonnets, boxy tailored blazers and overcoats, bold print skirts and metallic footwear.

 

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