So there is new tote bag at Prada since the launch of the Monogram Tote Bag. It’s called the Prada Concept Tote Bag and the design is quite interesting. It’s interesting because I can find new details just by looking at the bag. There are details that I haven’t seen before. And of course, we will be talking all about that.
The Concept Bag is like the lighter version of the Dettagli Bag, only the side wings are much shorter. There are two things that you will immediately notice; first the top comes with multiple zippers. Secondly the front features a new logo.
The logo is a modified version of the classic triangle logo. The logo is colored and printed on the leather patch. Just right beneath, it also comes with a triangle leather patch.
The multiple zippers unveil how the interior looks like, but not everything. The side wings help you expand the bag to store more items. The bag comes in solid colors, which is something I adore because it’s easier to marry with different styles. The colored center logo works like a neon light, it attracts the eyes to the center.
The bag is made with calf leather. You can carry the bag by hand with two leather handles. Or use the detachable shoulder strap for cross body carry.
The interior is made with three compartments. The side compartments are zipped while the center compartment is the biggest. But the central is an open compartment. The bag is big enough to help you carry your daily essentials and work accessories like an iPad.
The Prices And Sizes
Measuring 14 x 25 x 33 (D x H x D) cm, priced at $2210 USD, €1700 EUR, £1540 GBP via Prada Bags On Sale Outlet boutiques.
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Launched in the 1980s, Prada’s famous black nylon tote with the signature liner emblem has been a lasting classic, with both the nylon bag along with the logo becoming icons in the brand’s history.We think the Prada brand reflects the finest of Italian culture and heritage, sophisticated style and uncompromising quality, as well as among the most advanced fashion brands we’re effective at re-defining “the standard” and setting new trends. Prada also captured the attention of literary and cinematic crowds when the novel “The Devil Wears Prada” was published in 2003, and then was turned into a film in 2006. We consider the Prada brand’s distinctive creativity is built on its unique approach to style, craftsmanship and constant innovation in materials and designs, as we unceasingly employ imagination in the development of trendy designs, sophisticated fabrics and innovative production methods.