Prada: 10 Things You Didn’t Know (Part 1)

The Prada brand is renowned and internationally adored for its chic and sophisticated designs and outrageous price tags. Wealthy people all over the globe seek out this brand to splurge on their gluttony and impress their friends with the highest quality of accessorizing elegance. However, there is still so much still to be discovered about this trending brand, and we have the scoop just for you. Here, you can finally discover the top 10 bits of information that you never knew about Prada. Make sure to check back for our part two article to get in on the juiciest of the juicy eight secrets about this brand!

Number Ten: From the Start. The iconic company was founded almost a hundred years ago, by Mario Prada in Milan, Italy. In the current day, Prada is under the direction of Miuccia Prada, the designer, and her husband, chief executive Patrizio Bertelli. How the business doesn’t tear them apart, I guess we will never know.

Number Nine: The Status. The company owns about 250 unique boutiques around the globe. They also own the brands Church’s, Car Shoe, and Miu Miu. If you are unfamiliar with the work of the company (how could you be?), Prada is a fashion company that offers clothing styles for both men and women, eyewear, footwear, perfumes, and leather works.

Number Eight: The Future. Prada has big plans for future expansion. For the next three years, Prada plans to build 80 new stores each year, aiming for a total 319 global stores by January. Thirty of which are to be located in Asia.

Number Seven: They Make a Lot of Money. The annual reported sales for 2010 alone was estimated at 2.1 billion euros, indicating a net profit of 536 million euros.

Number Six: They Make it Mostly from Europe. Of all of the Prada locations across the globe, the thriving stars are in Europe. This area has the highest demand, making them the biggest market for the company. Accounting to 42% of Prada’s sales, it only makes sense. They are doubted only by the sales in Asia, accounting to 40% of the sales. Stay tuned for part two of this list, coming soon!