Prada Mode, a travelling social club that focuses on contemporary culture and art, has announced its next destination: Seoul, South Korea. The club will be making a stop at the cultural space KOTE, turning it into a vibrant hub of artistic installations and creative performances.
Over two days, visitors at KOTE will be treated to installations themed "Plural and Parallel" by acclaimed directors Kim Ji Wun, Yeong San Ho, and Jeong Dahhee. The themes signify a convergence of diverse ideas and experiences, suggesting a narrative of multi-layered realities and alternate worlds.
Interestingly, Prada Mode's arrival in Seoul coincides with the much-anticipated annual contemporary art fair, Frieze Seoul, which is also scheduled to take place on 5th and 6th September. The synchronization of these two prominent events provides a unique opportunity for attendees to immerse themselves in a diverse world of fashion, art, and culture.
As Prada Mode moves across the globe, it continues to cultivate a dynamic dialogue between fashion and culture. The club's collaboration with South Korean directors adds another layer to this discourse, highlighting the unique ability of fashion to intersect with other creative realms and offer enriched cultural experiences.