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Are Ruched Prada Nylon Bags Back in Style Again?

Reintroducing Gaufre.
Are Ruched Prada Nylon Bags Back in Style Again?
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Reintroducing Gaufre.

I'm not joking when I tell you that nothing's sturdier than Prada nylon (my mother's still-existing collection from the '90s is proof). If you're looking to invest in a bag that's ready to withstand any stormliterally, because the label's Tessuto fabric is umbrella-level water-resistantnow's the time! But you know what's even more tenacious and trendy? Prada's new ruched version of the very au courant utilitarian Re-Edition 2005. Introducing the Gaufre Pochette, already beloved by the stylish likes of Kathryn Bernardo and Camille Co.

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Here's a quick primer: Gaufre refers to the brand's distinctive ruching technique, used also on other materials like signature Saffiano and softer, pliable nappa leather. You may have seen it detailing your sensible aunt's favorite roomy top-handle satchel or that trusty tote mom passed down.

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There's nothing we love more than the resounding return of an old-fashioned lewk. For a fun update, make sure you snag yours in colorful candy hues! Camille's hot pink and Kath's electric blue provide cute ways to taste the rainbow. Click on over to Threads Styling's treasure trove of an Instagram account and spot it in emerald green and canary yellow, too. We adore having endless options.

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All that, and it comes at an arguably reasonable price, considering the steep numbers that enameled metal triangle logo usually fetches. Cop one for €650 (around P36,350)! We know what's next on your wish list.

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