The History of Prada

Prada is an extravagant Italian brand that was founded in 1913 by Mario Prada and his brother Martino in Italy (Milan to be exact). It became one of the most known and respected designer brands in many parts of the world (which is pretty fabulous, right?). The very first Prada handbag came about in 1979 after Miuccia, the granddaughter of Mario, joined the company in 1970.  Since then, Prada has been setting new fashion-forward trends and styles with their many lines of shoes, shirts, and handbags. Prada set high standards for all of the upcoming fashion designers that came after them, and to this day, they are one of the most favored designer brands for the fashion community. 


    Today, the number of Prada customers are rapidly increasing even beyond the expectations of the company. I, myself, think that is pretty incredible… no doubt about it! Prada uses only the best quality of materials, which has their customers craving for more. The fact that their company was built based around morals, and the satisfaction of their customers comes first, is what makes Prada so unique and righteously addicting. That’s what I call good history!

    Queen Bee of Beverly Hills is a proud seller of Prada handbags. We offer authentic designer brands with discounted prices. So if you want a Prada handbag to have and to hold, from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, until death do you part…. then we have you covered!



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