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Jeff Goldblum took his Prada game to a whole new level, closing the Fall Winter 2022 Menswear show in a Goldblumian fashion. The famed actor has had numerous iconic style moments throughout his career, but the final look stole the show in Milan today, thanks to gorgeous tailoring, fluffy sleeve muffs, and Goldblum's determined yet chaotic gait.

Goldblum is one of Miuccia Prada's biggest disciples. We know about the actor's prowess when it comes to half-and-half summer shirts, and his penchant for the brand on the red carpet.

Yet despite his legendary status in both film and the Pradasphere, some younger attendees were unfamiliar with Jeff Goldblum. The same was apparently true of actor Kyle MacLachlan, who opened the show.

Eight other actors, including Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Asa Butterfield, Damson Idris, also walked in the show, which celebrated the elegance and sophistication of work. After more than two years of working from home for many, Prada's latest collection serves as a reminder of the ceremony and sense of occasion one feels when going to work. ⁠ ⁠ “The collection celebrates the idea of working, in all different spheres and meanings. It is a practical, everyday thing. But […] every aspect of reality can be elegant and dignified.”⁠Architectural garments define shape and⁠ form, while the body is given emphasis, with shoulders and waist delineated through traditional tailoring — "every facet of reality is offered significance, a sophistication and esteem, a lasting value."⁠

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