The latest collection for Prada, a collaboration between the Italian maison's Miuccia Prada and Belgian designer Raf Simons, turned out to be an affair to remember. Young actors, faces to watch from either side of the pond (Europe and America) mixed with tried and true legends of the big and small screen. Kyle MacLachlan -- best known for David Lynch's Blue Velvet, Twin Peaks and the American director's 1984 version of Dune -- kicked off the runway presentation, with Jeff Goldblum (Jurassic Park, Independence Day) closing it down. In between, newcomer Filippo Scotti, who stars in Paolo Sorrentino's autobiographic Oscar contender The Hand of God, now streaming on Netflix, walked the ramp.
Presented inside the Fondazione Prada in Milan, the collection boasted leather and techno fabric silhouettes, with XXL shoulders and the male body highlighted in a simple, streamlined way.
The runway show was part of the Milano Moda Uomo Fall Winter 2022-2023 season.
Along with fashion models and holding his own quite well was Israeli actor Tom Mercier, pictured in the header above, who is best known for having starred in Nadav Lapid's award winning 2019 film Synonyms.
Utilitarian mechanics' overalls, slim belts, contrasting coloured gloves and oversized carryall bags were the favourites for MIME.