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Founded in Milan by Mario and Martino Prada in 1913, the first store in the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II for the sale of leather, bags and luxury accessories, soon became a point of reference for Italian and European aristocracy. In 1919 the first major recognition: official supplier to the Italian royal family.

In 1977 came to command Miuccia, Mario's granddaughter, which starts the historical phase of the brand relaunch culminated with the launch of the first eyewear collection in 2000. For its oddity and trends, from the beginning, Prada glasses stand out as benchmark to aspire to. Intense forms and architectural design project us into future trends and styles to aspire to.

Vintage eyewear design sophisticated for those who need to complete with an accessory of an aristocratic elegance.

Sunglasses Prada Raw SPR 30R col. UBT-0A7 with square front made of ebony Malabar. Havana temples with engraved logo and grey-green gradient lenses. With the new "Prada Raw" collection, Prada proposes some glasses made from wood. The special “layered” manufacturing technique and the natural irregularity of the wood’s veining make each pair of glasses a unique creation.
Manufacturer: Prada sunglasses
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Founded in Milan by Mario and Martino Prada in 1913, the first store in the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II for the sale of leather, bags and luxury accessories, soon became a point of reference for Italian and European aristocracy. In 1919 the first major recognition: official supplier to the Italian royal family.

In 1977 came to command Miuccia, Mario's granddaughter, which starts the historical phase of the brand relaunch culminated with the launch of the first eyewear collection in 2000. For its oddity and trends, from the beginning, Prada glasses stand out as benchmark to aspire to. Intense forms and architectural design project us into future trends and styles to aspire to.

Vintage eyewear design sophisticated for those who need to complete with an accessory of an aristocratic elegance.

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