Prada, the world’s largest fashion retailer, announced a $250 million fundraising drive on Thursday to bring back a few items from its archives that weren’t on sale at the time.
These include bags that were once sold in China, but were not officially re-released.
These items include an iconic 1950s-era pair of Prada sunglasses that were originally sold for $1,700.
The sunglasses, which were designed by designer Frank Stella, have become collector’s items for Prada aficionados.
Prada’s founder, Pierre Omidyar, said the sunglasses were re-releases of items from the brand’s archives, which include an original 1958 Prada logo, a 1958 Prudential logo, and a 1958 Vogue cover featuring the brand.
The collection will include bags designed by other designers, and will include items that were not available at the original price.
The Prada collection will be on display at Prudentials Fashion Week in May 2019.
There is also a bag that was originally a part of a Prada event held in 1958.
The bag was originally made in Italy, but was not officially released until the 1990s.
The designer, Andrea Poggio, designed the bag, which was designed by a designer who worked for the company.
“When we designed the original Prada bag, we were in the midst of a cultural shift in our brand,” Poggia told Engadge.
“It was a very creative and creative moment.”
Prada said the bags will be showcased at the event.
“We’re very excited about it and looking forward to showing it off,” Prada CEO Pierre Omic explained.
“The collection of our archives will be available for everyone to purchase.”
While the Prada archives are a fun way to showcase a collection of items that are often not sold at retail, they don’t necessarily sell well.
It’s worth noting that the brand has never released a new bag in the Prudentially fashion year since 1959.
This includes its original collection, which is now owned by American designer Tom Ford.