According to a study by the EPA, the amount of textile waste has risen from 1.7 million tons in 1960 to 16 million tons by 2015.
The new project, called Re-Nylon, aims to replace all of Prada’s nylon with a recyclable alternative by the end of 2021.
You could buy one off the rack. But isn’t a custom version so much cooler?
The decision, which will go into effect starting with its women’s Spring/Summer 2020 collection, applies to all of the Prada Group’s brands.
Everyone’s favorite teardrop-shaped lens is back and better than ever.
Fashion-forward fanny packs included.
The luxury retailer breaks down the best cold-weather pieces to buy now.