Prada Wallet on Chain

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Prada Wallet on Chain

698.00

The essential night out bag with the Prada "Wallet on Chain". This bag features gold tone hardware, Rose/blush Saffiano leather,  tonal stitching at exterior, logo at front, single leather and chain-link shoulder strap, tonal leather and woven lining, three compartments at interior, single zip compartment, six card slots at interior walls, three bill compartments and dual snap closure at front flap.

Condition: Great Condition, some signs of corner wear. Comes with authenticity card. 

Approximate Measurements: 21.5" Strap Drop, 4" Height, 8.25" Width, 0.75" Depth

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About the Designer: Prada was founded in 1913 by Mario Prada, Miuccia Prada's grandfather, in Milan. Located in the prestigious Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Prada was an exclusive, stylish store selling luggage, accessories and luxury goods, in fine materials and of sophisticated workmanship. The Milan store quickly became a firm favourite with the Italian aristocracy and the most sophisticated members of the European elite. Miuccia Prada and Patrizio Bertelli started working together in the late 70's, laying the foundations of the international expansion that was to come. Patrizio Bertelli broke new ground in the luxury goods sector, introducing a new business model in which he kept direct, internal control over all processes, applying uncompromised quality criteria across the entire production cycle. Miuccia Prada's creative talent and avant-garde approach attracted the attention of the global fashion industry, while her ability to look at the world from an unconventional vantage point allowed her not only to anticipate, but quite often, to set new trends.

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