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Jurassic Prada hits the right note on the runway


Actor Jeff Goldblum punched Prada in the bloodless boxing ring better known as Milan menswear season. The veteran of jurassic park, Independence Day and Flyrecently named popular culture’s unofficial crazy uncle, was the closing model for the Italian luxury house’s runway show, also drawing the TikTok crowd and those who still struggle with Facebook.

Dressed in a black double-breasted coat, where faux fur trim had crept down the sleeves to warm up toned biceps, Goldbum, 69, remained in non-smiling model mode, leaving physically distant onlookers guessing whether the clothes slightly eccentric were its own punchline.

Jeff Goldblum, 69, and Kyle MacLachlan, 62, add Hollywood glamor to the Milan menswear shows at Prada.Credit:PA, provided

Joining the Cast of “Where Do I Know Him From?” the faces were Sex education’like Asa Butterfield, Love in fact’adult drummer Thomas Brodie-Sangster and Moonlight’s Ashton Sanders, in a collection perversely dedicated to workwear, with most spectators watching the show from their home offices. In Prada’s COVID-safe workspace, ties have been swapped for strips of silk, padded shoulders deserve a promotion, and printed jumpsuits trump cartoon socks for eccentricity.

Kyle MacLachlan, 62, is probably still waiting for a call from Sarah Jessica Parker to see if his sex and the city the character of Dr. Trey MacDougal will return to fully appreciate Charlotte in And just like that… walked with the conviction of his ex-girlfriend, model Linda Evangelista. A blue silk shirt, pants and gloves under his overcoat, unwittingly nodding to his character’s medical history.

“Here, everyday reality is valued, its signs and signifiers exchanged with those of elegance and
sophistication,” said co-designers Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons in the notes accompanying the collection. “A sense of occasion is given to everyday activity – an import, a value, emphasizing the value of work to society.”

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‘Sex Education’ actor Asa Butterfield, ‘Love Actually’ star Thomas Brodie-Sangster and ‘Moonlight’ actor Ashton Sanders on the Prada catwalk.

Translation? If you arrive at the office after your masked train ride, RAT test, and finding out where you left your security card, you might as well dress for the occasion. At Prada, this involved leather coats with quarter-back shoulders, treated-silk jumpsuits and bomber jackets fitted like a competitor’s waist on RuPaul’s Drag Race.

There was unmistakable power in the clothes, but it was in the publicity game that Prada beat the competition in a menswear show season where designers struggled for attention. Omicron outbreaks forced Belgian designer Ann Demeulemeester to postpone a highly anticipated event at the Pitti Uomo menswear show in Florence, Giorgio Armani canceled his two menswear shows in Milan and Jonathan Anderson made a change of latest minute of the track to the film for its presentation.

With its star-studded line, Prada grabbed headlines, but it was a compelling double whammy after the release of the Adidas Re-Nylon collection, which hit online stores a few days ago and propelled the brand to the top of the search engines for luxury buyers. The third collaboration between the luxury label and the sportswear staple features 21 pieces using the nylon that propelled Prada to fame with its iconic backpacks in the 80s and 90s.