Prada was created in 1913 by Mario Prada in Italy. Prada began as a fashionable and innovative clothing line and has continued this tradition. In 1978 Prada was inherited by Miuccia Prada who carried on her grandfather’s clothing line tradition. Prada originally began with leather clothing and accessories and later moved into vintage apparel and design. Unique patterns and distinctive attire is what Prada has always been about. Prada has also stayed with high quality production, making their clothing as well as their sunglasses and eyewear have the same distinctive style.
Prada glasses are a trendy, boutique item that is very high end. Prada frames and sunglasses have been marketed all over the world, as well as new designer styles coming out regularly. A feature of Prada glasses and sunglasses is that their clothing line can be matched to their lenses. Also, the fact that they have stayed at the forefront of fashion has ensured that they can even help determine current fashion trends with their innovative styles and designs.
Prada carries men, women and unisex glasses and sunglasses. Such styles include large rimmed, round frames or aviator styles. Colours include black to pink to peach and the designs and patterns found on the frames are everything from rhinestones to waves to tortoise shell patterns.
No matter what you are looking for Prada carries are wide selection to choose from, to meet anyone’s needs.
Prada’s collection is individual and highly coveted; bringing together contemporary style cues with latter day attention to detail. The range blends edgy style, flowing lines and the unashamed use of colour.
We are never knowingly beaten on price when you buy designer frames at Eyediology, please take a look at our Price Match Policy for further details.
Not sure whether to buy online or in-store? Why not read our buying guide. With us you can buy on line but you also have the added benefit of knowing that we are a full service opticians so you can always come to see us for an eye exam, a contact lens check or just to try on the frames we have on display.