RECAP: Prada's Spotify Playlist Launch Party (Paris)
Text by Justin Ng | Photos courtesy of Prada
Caroline Daur
Odell Beckham Jr.
Lotta Volkova
Delfina Delettrez
Les Twins
Coco Rocha
Anok Yai
Alexa Chung
Gilda Ambrosio
Winnie Harlow
Haider Ackermann
Chloe Sevigny and Luka Sabbat
Grace Elizabeth
Jamie xx
Helena Hauff
Sacrè Club
Sacrè Club

You know that satisfaction you get when you've just finished assembling that music mixtape? Imagine that feeling and amplify it by a thousand with Prada's launch party to celebrate its The Sound of Prada Spotify playlist, curated by music director Frederic Sanchez that cites Prada's previous mixes and tracks across hundreds of shows and events. While the streets of Paris emptied out from the pouring rain, a bevvy of fashion insiders, designers, international celebrities and models quickly filled up the Sacrè Club for a wild night of partying. The space, formerly Paris' renowned Social Club, was divided into two sections, with the first containing a white disco ball-like bar surrounded by mirrors, followed by a jet black dance floor blasting to live DJ sets from the likes of Jamie xx, James Murphy, Helena Hauff and Acyde. The energy was electrifying, with guests such as Lotta Volkova, Alexa Chung, Winnie Harlow, Odell Beckham Jr. seen rocking the dance floor and enjoying specially concoted Prada Sound cocktails. We can't wait for the next music drop.

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