The Prada Iconoclasts Harlem Renaissance Campaign is Darkly Alluring

By: Meghan Young - Published: Feb 23, 2014 • References: prada & thefashionography
The Prada Iconoclasts Harlem Renaissance campaign is one to get excited about. The concept of the Iconoclasts was born in 2009 when leading fashion editors around the globe got to put their own twist on the new Prada collection by gracing their chosen store with playful interior designs. Taking the reins this year is Edward Enninful, the brilliant fashion director and editor of W Magazine.

Inspired by the 1920s, the Prada Iconoclasts Harlem Renaissance campaign will debut during Paris Fashion Week at the Monte Napoleone boutique. The campaign images, which were photographed by Emma Summerton, is a teaser of what to expect in store. According to The Fashionolography, "Enninful’s women’s store will portray a 1920’s club with a sparkling art-deco bar [while the] Prada men’s store will be offering food and cocktails from the exciting era and game tables." Stats for Vibrant '20s Fashion Ads Trending: Older & Average
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