Prada opened freestanding store in Osaka

Luxury giants Prada opened its first freestanding store in the Japanese city of Osaka on Monday.

The store is spread across five levels and 16,145 square feet. The store will stock Prada’s men’s and women’s ready-to-wear lines, leather goods, shoes and accessories.



Back in May, the brand announced plans to open 80 new stores in 2013, focusing on Asia, the Gulf countries, and North America.

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