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World-renowned luxury fashion label Prada was founded in Milan in 1913 by Mario Prada. What began as a small leather goods shop has since expanded to ready-to-wear clothing
, and accessories
under the artistic direction of Mario’s granddaughter, Miuccia Prada. Celebrated for her eccentric chic style and use of bold prints and unusual textiles, she was the first designer to showcase nylon on the catwalk. In 1984, Prada’s black nylon backpack was launched and is still a highly coveted accessory to this day.
A contemporary interpretation of the classic quilted bag, Prada Diagramme handbags are infused with a touch of edginess due to their cool chain straps and modern lines. Classic and compact, the Saffiano folding wallet is available in bi-fold and tri-fold styles and features multiple card slots and a main compartment. The Prada Saffiano Lux Tote has also been a hugely popular bag over the years, particularly with the rich and famous. TV star Naya Rivera has been seen with the bag over her shoulder, while the Prada Diagramme Leather Crossbody Bag is another winning item from this leading Italian fashion brand, beloved for its chic design and ability to store all your valuables.
Prada––originally founded as Fratelli Prada (“Prada Brothers”) in Milan (1913) by brothers Mario and Martino Prada––began its business selling small leather goods. Miuccia Prada later, in 1978, inherited the family business and started working with [now husband] Patrizio Bertelli as her business manager to grow the name on an international level. Miuccia’s creative vision and the family’s long history of leather craftsmanship combine to create one of the world's ultimate influential luxury fashion houses. Prada’s fame has grown tremendously over the years—its minimalist, sleek cuts, simple colors, geometric retro patterns, rich fabrics, and a modest mix of past and present, bring the brand into the top tier of the fashion industry. Beyond her outstanding creative vision, Miuccia adds meaningfulness and functionality into her designs, using her collections to tell stories and act as social commentary.