The Deposito of the Fondazione Prada is reimagined by AMO as a stage, as they play with the concept that actors walk this set, as assistants sit down and watch in what seem to be theatre seats, and perform something that is very real. Real men, recognised actors like Sex Education's Asa Butterfield, The Queen Gambit's Thomas Brodie-Sangster and Snowfall's Damson Idris don elegant garments – sartorial construction methods that are applied to knitwear, bomber jackets and parkas. Everyday outfits that have been slightly muted in their silhouette through traditional tailoring.
A play on reality and fiction, played by real actors whose importance or social relevance is major like Jeff Goldblum, who wears a dark mohair-hemmed overcoat, whose mere presence doesn't even feel real in this show. The incredibly memeable actor, who's known for being a Prada aficionado, is just one of the especially smart elements from this ‘performance’ and tribute to working.