Just When You Don’t Need Prada
Wednesday, 22nd July 2009 by James Turnbull
Driving along the isolated Highway 90 in Texas, you may be hoping to find somewhere to buy water, food, or perhaps petrol for your car.
And look! There on the horizon, a fast approaching convenience of some kind!
However, undoubtedly the last thing you need to cope with the unforgiving landscape is a new pair of Prada shoes.
But hey, it’s better than nothing, right? Unfortunately, even if the street view driver did want a new Italian designer handbag, he or she would still be out of luck, as it’s closed.
In fact, this store is always closed, and has been since 2005 when it was first, er… opened. As it turns out, this particular Prada boutique is a permanent art installation, created by cruel Scandinavian artists Elmgreen and Dragset.
Thanks to Diego Gonzalez.