Few brands have nailed the archival trend as well as Prada has, tapping its beloved bags and reviving them for the now. Its fashion’s cyclical nature that allows us to revisit what was once an It-Bag from a brand, delighting handbag lovers with a mix of past and present. Prada has perfected this trend, bringing back some of its most iconic bags and modernizing them for the now. And when it comes to popular vintage bags from the House of Prada, few Prada bags were as iconic and beloved as its nylon line from the early 2000s.

A House Icon from the 2000s Returns

It’s not surprising then that the brand continues to hone in on its former favorites, enchanting fans of the past and captivating fans of the present with touches of historical Prada elements and a contemporary flair. The newest Re-Edition is no different.

The latest bag to see a comeback is a classic house staple from 2002. The new Prada Moon Bag revisits the lines of an iconic shape from the 2000s, combining a silhouette from the past with Prada’s innovative spirit of the now. The Re-Edition 2002 is characterized by its compact silhouette and curved lines, but it’s the details that really bring together two worlds — Prada’s past and present.

A House motif, the Prada grommet, comes from the sailing world but becomes an element of function on this bag, accompanied by the large Prada buckle, which has a sporty feel that works alongside more casual Re-Nylon. Of course, the most recognizable House element, which represents Prada’s past, present, and future, the enameled metal triangle logo, finishes off the Re-Edition 2002. That specific House motif dates back to 1913 when it first appeared on trunks designed by Mario Prada himself. A removable key ring lets everyone know this is part of Prada’s beloved Re-Edition line. Retail is $2,700 via Prada.

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Fabuleux
Fabuleux
1 month ago

It’s too busy. Why is there a key bell on a bag that doesn’t have a lock? Or is that just an unnecessary charm with more branding? Pass.

Last edited 1 month ago by Fabuleux
Aspen
Aspen
29 days ago

The price is awful. I saw this in person and it’s definitely not there quality wise. 1100 was the most I was willing to pay on nylon. That was the re-editions first price. It’s now $2000. No thanks.

Gayle
Gayle
1 month ago

Nostalgia love! Had plenty of these styles of bag when i was a teenager. Ive worn that trend a lot back then eventually gave them all away.

psny15
psny15
1 month ago

I think the punk style is kinda fun and a cool throwback to the 90s but who would wear this now a days?

FashionableLena
FashionableLena
1 month ago

I remember having one of these. Can’t for the life of me remember what happened to it.

Ree
Ree
1 month ago

Ehh. Not paying $2700 for a nylon bag.

Dee
Dee
1 month ago
Reply to  Ree

Totally agree, I don’t mind paying for a good leather bag but $2700 is just too much for nylon!

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