Milan, 24th January 2024 - As part of a continued commitment to education and culture, on the occasion of the new Prada Re-Nylon Collection and campaign, Prada reveals the second step of an ongoing storytelling and media collaboration with National Geographic Creative Works.
Exploring the ocean of the world, National Geographic Creative Works has expanded on the short film series debuted in 2019. That first step explained the how behind Prada Re-Nylon – the process of collecting waste of plastic from the ocean (like fishing nets) and from the landfills, as well as textile fiber waste – regenerated into ECONYL, the starting point of an endless cycle of circularity.
For this second installation, composed of three episodes, Prada and National Geographic Creative Works delve into the why of Prada Re-Nylon: the dangers facing some of the world’s most delicate ocean and aquatic ecosystems, and the ways we can create positive impact.
Led by National Geographic photographers and explorers, each of these films immerses viewers in a distinct, diverse, and unique marine habitat, exploring these fundamental issues facing ocean conservation worldwide.
The latest expansion of the in-depth and long-standing storytelling collaboration between Prada and National Geographic Creative Works, these films highlight the vital role of ocean literacy - and how knowledge can help us tackle and even halt damage, to bring about lasting change.