Prada Messenger Bag Nylon


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Prada Messenger Bag Nylon

Large Nylon Messenger Bag, Black

Large Nylon Messenger Bag, Black
Large Nylon Messenger Bag, Black
Online Inquiries: NMF17_N3BSL

Prada nylon messenger bag.
Saffiano leather trim.
Adjustable shoulder strap, 48″L.
Double-buckle flap top with logo.
Zip pocket and open pocket under flap.
Inside, one zip and two open pockets.
Logo jacquard lining.
Exterior back zip pocket.
10″H x 12″W x 4.5″D.
Made in Italy.

About Prada

Prada was founded in 1913 in Milan by Mario Prada and was originally known as Prada Brothers. In 1978, Mario’s granddaughter Miuccia Prada led the company’s expansion into distinctive clothing that quickly became a favorite among celebrities worldwide. Currently, Prada is one of the most influential clothing lines in the fashion industry, with an iconic collection that includes sunglasses, handbags, and shoes in addition to men’s and women’s clothing.

If You Thought Prada’s Paper Clip Was Mad, Wait Until You See This Dress

In the late ’90s and early ’00s, any hip girl (or dedicated minimalist) worth her salt would have clambered over hot coals to get her hands on Miuccia Prada’s utilitarian nylon backpacks. They were It bags, and other, flashier pieces of arm candy were discarded in favour of the nonchalance that this offbeat purchase provided.

We’ve been through many phases of must-have bags since that time—remember the chunky hardware of Chloé Paddingtons, the simplicity of Céline’s Classic, the bells and whistles of anything from Fendi or Chanel?—and back in August of 2017 when we first wrote this piece we were suddenly at a point in time where almost anything went on the luxury-goods front.

There are still pared-back options aplenty (see The Row, Hermès or Saint Laurent), medium-size statements (a Loewe or Chloé, say) and all-out craziness (think Gucci, Dolce and so on). There was also a very cost-effective flip side, with the rise of cheap-as-chips basket and net bags. It all led to something we predicted early on: that the cool kids would come around to Prada’s nylon pieces again.

Prada Nylon Bag


Forever redefining the idea of luxury, the Italian fashion house is just as adept at turning a humble synthetic fabric into something covetable as they are at making leather-goods to the highest standard. And Mrs. Prada knew the time had come to bring nylon back. The A/W 17 runways featured many new iterations of the signature nylon bag. We’re talking sheepskin handles, more ladylike silhouettes and embellishment.

The inclusion of nylon on Prada runways has continued: this season you’ll see versions in many colours and used in clothing as well as bucket hats. The men’s shows also involve a good dose of the fashion house’s signature fabric, proving the streetwear-inspired trend could filter into the wardrobes of every fashion-conscious being you know.

The looks has taken an even more adventurous turn with one particular slip dress taking off on social media over the past few days. This seemingly simple LBD features the zip and logo plaque of the classic nylon bum bag as chest-detailing and is yours for £640, while it stays in stock.

Pernille Teisbaek was one of the first girls we spotted in it, but we expect to see more over the coming fashion weeks—it’s the ultimate hands-free, carry-snacks, look bustier dress we’ve surely all been waiting for? It could be the item that gets talked about even more than Prada’s famous paperclip.

The A/W 18 runways featured many iterations on the theme: bandeau tops, layered dresses, anoraks, trousers and more were offered up by Miuccia Prada. You can now also find the classic bag versions pimped out for the season: expect studded leather straps and different colours outside of the standard #pradablacknylon.

Prada Nylon Bag


And the prompt on the bag-front hasn’t gone unnoticed by the A-list set. While we’ve spotted a sharp rise in vintage Prada nylon bags hitting the streets once more (and get this—searches on Pinterest for “nylon bag” have increased by 285% in the past six months), the Kardashian-Jenners appear to be the first celebrity adopters, with Kendall selecting a bumbag (one style that many off-duty models now own) and Kim a mini tote.

Prada Nylon Bag


Queen of London cool Adwoa Aboah was early onto the revival and has been carrying her bum bag to multiple events, restyling it depending on her outfit each and every time. A quick mention of the brand’s humble but haute creation, and our entire team got excited. Is it the fact that this offshoot product line offers a more attainable slice of the Prada pie?

Perhaps. Maybe it’s down to this item reaching some sort of hallowed status where you know that buying one will result in lifelong wear, endlessly generating nods from those in the know. Or it could be that we’d probably destroy a beautiful cream leather runway tote within 20 seconds of getting on the tube, whereas this hardy little fella will be the Duracell bunny of your accessories selection.

Whatever the reason behind our ongoing—and reignited—obsession, you’re definitely going to want one (again). Keep scrolling to shop our favourite new and vintage Prada nylon bags, as well as the pieces inspired by them.

How to Spot Real Prada Nylon


In 1984, Prada created something that would change fashion forever. It was a simple, durable, light backpack, a bag that could withstand the wear and tear of everyday life. But it wasn’t its supple leather or mind-blowing shape that appealed to the style set  — it was its ripstop nylon fabric. Prada’s use of tessuto nylon in the realm of luxury was an iconoclastic innovation that paved the way for Phoebe Philo’s normcore at #OldCéline and Demna Gvasalia’s irony at Vetements, all of whom have taken the functional and traditionally uncool to new sartorial heights.
The Italian house originally sourced its nylon from factories producing military parachutes, and has since created totes, clutches, belt bags and even ready-to-wear with the industrial-strength material. But its iconic status has led to counterfeiters attempting to capitalize on Prada’s success. So how can you spot the real thing? Read on for our expert team’s tips on spotting authentic Prada nylon pieces.

Prada Nylon Bag Materials

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While Prada’s ripstop nylon was originally made of a light, thin military-grade fabric, it has evolved to a heavier weight. Compared to Prada’s initial versions, the current tessuto nylon is a twill material, and slightly thicker. Every iteration, however, is extremely durable and water-resistant, and the texture should not be crunchy or slippery. Some Prada bags will be unlined, but if there is a jacquard lining, you should be able to feel it through the bag.
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The classic jacquard logo lining will feature a coiled rope motif and PRADA repeated throughout. When inspecting the bag’s interior, check how wide or narrow the pitch of the A is on the Prada logo. This use of PRADA will be different than the triangle logo accents, since it’s woven. The As should be a little wide and both As in PRADA should be consistent. If it’s not the correct proportions, that’s a sign that it may be inauthentic. Additional accents such as handles can be made out of a thick web strap, smooth leather or saffiano leather. If there is a web strap, it should be thick and high-quality. If there are signs of unravelling, that’s a big red flag. 

Prada Nylon Bag Construction

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The construction of Prada nylon bags will vary depending on the style. Most tessuto and vela bags are unlined and feature bound seams. If there is a lining, it will likely be the jacquard lining mentioned previously.
A common question arises regarding Prada nylon — what’s the difference between Prada tessuto and Prada vela? It comes down to the pieces themselves. The term is widely used interchangeably, but generally Prada’s tessuto nylon pieces will be higher-value bags with more features and components like backpacks and satchels. Vela nylon is a term commonly used for entry-level pieces with minimal trim, such as cosmetics bags and pouches.

Prada Nylon Bag Hardware

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Prada’s hardware has changed numerous times over the years. The first generation of zippers were powder-coated and unbranded, with a blank back. On first-generation bags, the color of the zipper teeth and the fabric of the bag should match and zippers will feature a nylon, rectangular zipper pull as opposed to leather. As these bag styles developed further, Prada eventually began to use IPI and Riri or Lampo zippers, which we see on most of Prada’s luxury bags. Zipper pulls evolved as well to feature branding and leather accents, as seen above. Buckles and zipper pulls will say PRADA on most bags, but grommets will not.

Prada Nylon Bag Brand Identifiers

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Prada’s enamel triangle logo is perhaps its most iconic. On older Prada bags, the corners of the enamel triangle logo are affixed with rivets, though newer iterations may not include them. The enamel should be smooth and flat, and never bubbly or sloppy. Early triangle logos will be riveted on all three corners, and newer versions will have domed rivets. Many counterfeiters attach the triangle with central brads so it’s loose, and the edges will lift up. If you can manipulate the logo placard and feel the brad itself, that’s a sign of inauthenticity. These placards should never be attached with a central brad.
Prada’s logo placards will say PRADA / MILANO / DAL 1913 and include the brand crest. Pay attention to the font, and specifically the R’s notch and upturned leg. On interior PRADA / MADE IN ITALY logos, the placard should always match the bag’s color. Early placards were made of sterling silver with enamel, and feature 925 and an Italian hallmark. Prada quickly got rid of those, however, so this inclusion is not a sign of a counterfeit — just a very early model.
The format for these interior placards has changed over the years, so depending on the piece you’re looking at, the location and shape should not be cause for concern. Some interior logo placards are rectangular and get thinner as time goes on, but they should all still say “PRADA / MADE IN ITALY.”
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