Prada Makes Over Its Iconic Silhouette For Summer

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Prada adorns its classic Galleria in blooms for the season

First hitting shelves in 2007, the Galleria is named after the brand’s historic flagship boutique opened by Mario Prada in the Galleria Vittoria Emanuele II in 1913. It has been reinvented time and time again and, though the Galleria once more takes on new life for 2024, fundamental House codes and savoir-faire remain unchanged – think: metal micro-studs, intricate leatherwork and innovative embroidery. The Galleria now features a supple nappa lining and is wrapped in a lighter soft grain and malleable calfskin, providing the perfect canvas for embellishments.

The new pieces range from subtle and sophisticated to the wonderfully whimsical; the former appears through gold-plated micro-stud applications which evoke dots of light, while the latter is brought to life with three-dimensional leather florals affixed to the exteriors. Whether you opt for finely coiled rosebuds or large blooms with unfurling petals, you would be hard-pressed to find a more apt investment piece for summer in the sun. Explore the collection

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