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  • • PRADA CONFIRMATION: François Kress has joined New York-based Prada USA as chief executive officer, a Prada spokesman said.

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  • After living in Prada's shadow for years, the label is finding that its moves to carve out an independent identity have paid off, catapulting Miu Miu into the top league of Europe's fashion scene.

    In Bloom: Miu Miu Comes of Age

  • *** Fashion Prada is considering an initial public offering in Hong Kong next year, which would help it speed expansion in China, expected to be the world's biggest luxury market in the next five years.

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  • Anyone who shops in Prada regularly knows this not to be true; whilst what comes down the runway undoubtedly attracts the "new" crowd (and sometimes the long-term customers), what keeps women and men flocking to Prada are their staples — cocktail dresses, simple well-cut trousers and, of course, TPDs.

    The Perfect Dress Is a Loyal Friend

  • The move would also free Prada from the shackles of a debt estimated at around € 1 billion ($1.4 billion), partly the result of an acquisition spree in the 1990s.

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  • Why in the name of Prada would I ever want to do this?

    Ominous

  • A Huntress in Prada … any reference to Prada after Devil in Prada came out, is probably self-deprecating and satirical.

    The Meat Not Eaten

  • Why in the name of Prada would I ever want to do this?

    Ominous

  • A Huntress in Prada … any reference to Prada after Devil in Prada came out, is probably self-deprecating and satirical.

    The Meat Not Eaten

  • I too could partake in Prada and put an eye out in the process.

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