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Prada Group

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The PRADA Group is a leading player in the luxury industry, active with the brands Prada, Miu Miu, Church’s and Car Shoe in the production and distribution of leather goods, footwear, ready to wear and accessories.

Its products are sold in 70 countries worldwide through 625 directly operated stores (DOS) as at 31st December 2017 and a select network of luxury department stores, independent retailers, e-tailers and through franchising.

Prada Group is an experimental workshop of ideas. Unfettered by preconceived style codes, the creations of the Group’s brands represent the answer to the exploration of society, at the same time, serving as precursors and pioneers of ever-changing scenarios. A perspective that places at the heart of its inspiring and operative principles basic values as uncompromised quality, valorisation of labour and freedom of creative expression.

Company Information
Turnover: €3.142 billion (2018)
Profit: €205 million (2018)
Total Global Stores & Stockists: 634
Group Brands: Prada; Miu Miu; Church's; Car Shoe; Marchesi 1824
Contact Information
Head Office Address:
28 Via Antonio Fogazzaro, Milan, Italy 20135
Head Office Telephone: +39 0255 0281
Key Executives
Chairman: Carlo Mazzi
Chief Executive: Miuccia Prada Bianchi; Patrizio Bertelli
Head of Marketing: Lorenzo Bertelli
HR Director: Stefano Rastrelli
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