Everybody Wears: The Forgotten Icon of the Past, the Nylon Prada
Prada Sidonie and The bowling bag are the names of the Prada family who have been constantly circulating in the fashion space in recent months. Miuccia Prada and her team are obviously doing a fantastic job with marketing, because at the moment we can’t think of a name in the influencer circle that doesn’t own at least one of the bags – Gilda Ambrosio, Chiara Ferragni, Caro Daur, Stephanie Brooke and more.
However, the obsession with Prada bags does not stop there – the nylon designs of the Italian house, especially recognizable and of iconic status from the early to 90’s until about 2005, seem to be returning to the fashion scene. Since summer, the company has begun to work hard on the image of these nice retro models – first releasing a limited collection of recycled nylon backpacks, and then launching the sale of iconic 2005 collection models available in brand boutiques and online at prada.com.
Cute and unpretentious designs enjoy great adoration on the street, and their popularity, we suspect, is yet to grow in the coming fashion month. The fashionistas clearly demonstrate how easy the retro silhouette fits into a number of visuals, however, the tendencies tend to be similar to nostalgic styling, and the rich range of colors in which the designs come makes it even easier to get started.
The prices of nylon bags are significantly more affordable than any other model of the house – the mini version starts from 370 euros and the average size is between 590 and 950 euros.