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The Top 100 luxury goods companies

The Top 100 luxury goods companies

Deloitte’s ‘Global Powers of Luxury Goods 2017’ report placed Italy at the top of the fashion and luxury sector. The brands categorized generated a turnover of $212 billion with Luxottica, the only Italian company among the top ten, in fourth position followed by Prada (17th) and Giorgio Armani (21st). Another interesting figure is our sector’s

Exaggeration becomes essential

Rooted in both tradition and innovation, Prada moves forward by constantly cultivating contrast: the banal turns precious, basic is made brave and beautiful, exaggeration becomes essential. Minimal Baroque extends those principles to the realm of eyewear. Launched in 2011, these spirited sunglasses quickly gained iconic status and their bold curves are unmistakable in origin. 2016

The return of Prada Journal

At the end of July, Prada and Giangiacomo Feltrinelli Editore launched Prada Journal, the 3rd edition of the international literary competition for emerging writers. The theme this year is: “Light, Shade and Mirages. People and things are not always the way we see them.” The winners will receive a cash prize, their stories will be

Six artists for Prada Raw Avenue

A girl walking, and elegant passer-by, a woman curious about the world around her. Six digital heroines conveyed in drawings by six illustrators bring to life the new Prada Raw Avenue eyewear project, a virtual runway where the fashion house’s iconic looks are harmoniously combined with Prada Raw wooden eyewear. Carly Kuhn, Megan Hess, Blair

Prada renews with Luxottica until 2025

Luxottica Group and Prada have renewed their exclusive license agreement for the design, production and worldwide distribution of prescription frames and sunglasses under the Prada and Miu Miu brands. The 10-year agreement will extend through December 31, 2025. The partnership between Luxottica and Prada Group illustrates a deep and on-going commitment to true Italian excellence

Precious wood for Prada Raw

Memories of the Seventies and conceptual structures define Prada Raw, the new special collection of frames made from two kinds of precious wood: black walnut and Malabar ebony. Skillfully hand-finished by master craftsman, the natural irregularly of the wood’s veining makes each pair of glasses unique and unrepeatable. To complete the collection, iconic Minimal-Baroque model

“Archimode”: architects at the service of fashion

Villa Noailles at Hyères, the French commune at the western end of the Côte d’Azur, is celebrating its 30th anniversary with the “Archimode” exhibition from February 22 through March 22. The exhibition explores the similarities between the work of six stylists and that of six important architecture firms in which the human body is the