Prada Women's Shoes
Prada women’s shoes really need no introduction. Few labels in the world have established themselves with such authority as Italian powerhouse Prada has done. Now directed by Angrea Guerra as the new CEO, and Miuccia Prada & Raf Simons heading the collections and design creative departments; the Italian fashion giant positions itself constantly at the forefront of vanguardist fashion: both in design and sustainability.
Prada shoes or shoes Prada come in an endless array of models and silhouettes. However, some models and designs are so univocally iconic to the house. Low heels or Prada kitten heels have become one of the most consistent proposals by Prada. Oftentimes, the look is built with a pair of these Prada shoes, a pencil skirt or pinstripe trousers and a roll neck sweater. This composes the essential look of some of the most famous Prada collections.
The Prada Monolith boots or Prada Monolith shoes have become ubiquitous to international street style. Their design reconstructs the classic combat boots or military boots, giving them the Prada treatment with a futuristic design and a new style of serrated sole never before seen. The label explores all steps in the path of a woman’s life, and with them, many diverse types of shoes are selected for our clients.
Prada women’s shoes at OTTODISANPIETRO
If we were to speak about pillars at OTTODISANPIETRO, the Prada brand would be one of the quintessential ones. Our relationship to the house is one of the longest standing ones in our country of Spain, being one of the few stores left in the country that still has the immense honour of receiving their collections with each new season.
The collections of Prada shoes for women available play on a game of essentials of female footwear, and with the themes of each collection. Prada is an expert in playing with retro elements and making them paradoxically futuristic and modern. Explorations of materials, textures and colours are transported to a universe that is single-handedly and exclusively Prada’s.