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Prada Handbags

In 1913, Milan, Italy Prada opened its first shop in leather goods by founder Mario Prada. Only in 1978 when granddaughter, Miuccia Prada, took over the family company did Prada become the luxury goods company that is in known to be today.

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We like the Shiny Turnlock shoulder bag from Prada for its great design, shape, and bold black pieces. This shoulder handbag is made of soft white... Read More

 
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Attending the Matthew Williamson's Spring 2011 fashion show with her sister, Sienna Miller looks her usual fashionable self and carries a favori... Read More

 
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Sienna Miller hopped into a cab after a long dinner with her beau and showed off the Prada Print Quilted Silk Faille Chain bag. This wonderful p... Read More

 
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Arriving at LAX airport in Southern California, Miranda Kerr looked stylish carrying the Prada Leather tote in black. This tote handbag is a lov... Read More

 
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Rihanna arrived in Barbados last week and was very black and white with her ensemble carrying the Prada Eyelet Saffiano tote handbag. This tote ... Read More

 
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While out with her family, Jessica Alba was enjoying the day and carrying with her the Prada Spazzolato tote. This tote handbag looks great on J... Read More

 
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Sienna Miller looks stylish while at the train station in Paris, France and carried with her the Prada Saffiano + Tessuto tote. This red handbag... Read More

 
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While out in London last week for the Matthew Williamson store launch, Sienna Miller was celebrating in a fun gold dress, Camilla Skovgaard Open... Read More

 
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Linen makes us think of summer and the Prada Mistolino tote has a fabulous summer look made of linen. This fabulous beige handbag is easy to carry t... Read More

 
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Sienna Miller was spotted at a pub in London and looked quite edgy with a black jacket, leather pants, black wedges and topped it off with an ol... Read More

 

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