Prada Re-Edition 2005 Re-Nylon Bag

By Prada

Inspired by the iconic mini hobo bag, the Prada Re-Edition 2005 shoulder bag is made of Re-Nylon: a regenerated nylon yarn (ECONYL®)produced from recycled, purified plastic trash collected in the ocean, fishing nets and textile waste fibers. This versatile bag with Saffiano leather trim comes with a detachable pouch attached to the shoulder strap.

In Celeste Blue

  • Saffiano trim
  • Removable chain handle
  • Detachable adjustable 85 cm logo-print woven nylon shoulder strap
  • Removable Re-Nylon zipper pouch with Re-Edition keychain
  • Metal hardware
  • Enameled metal triangle logo on the front
  • Zipper closure
  • Re-Nylon logo lining
  • Height: 18cm
  • Length: 6cm
  • Width: 22cm


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Italian luxury fashion house Prada Group has made history as the first luxury brand to obtain a sustainability term loan deal.

The £42.9m (€50m) deal was signed with French cooperative banking group Crédit Agricole and lasts for five years.

Prada will be required to fulfil three sustainability-related conditions as part of the deal. The first centres on the company’s brick-and-mortar retail stores, with a number of them required to hold a Gold or Platinum Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design green-building certification.

The second condition requires the company to increase employee training hours and the third requires the group to use regenerated nylon (Re-Nylon) for product production. Also referred to as Econyl, the material is created from plastic waste such as reclaimed fishing nets and can be recycled, recreated and remoulded. The company said its ultimate goal is to convert all its virgin nylon into Re-Nylon by the end of 2021.