Italian powerhouse Prada presented the ninth iteration of Prada Mode in Tokyo recently ( in association with the Tokyo Metropolitan Government and the Teien Art Museum).
The result was a unique architectural and cultural journey, an event that was hosted and curated by Kazuyo Sejima, the director of Teien Art Museum, architect and a long-term collaborator of Prada.
For the occasion, the Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum was transformed into a space where the guests were able to explore art in different forms and experience the historic architecture.
The main temporary pavilion, designed by Ryue Nishizawa, a wooden curved surface to host conversations, was placed in the European garden; while various areas were created spreading along the space for the guests to enjoy the venue as a whole.
Prada Mode is an exclusive private members’ club from the legendary fashion label. Previous editions have been hosted in cities around the world, including Dubai and Los Angeles.