I would have never imagined that one day high-end designers would be inspired to make their goods out of the globally recognizable prints of camouflage. Then it happened with the unexpected designs of the House of Vuitton with the collaboration of Takashi Murakami when they presented to the world the Monogramouflage line.
Whether you liked or hated it, it was an instant hit via the Internet and with the celebrities that proudly carried them. Now fast forward a couple of seasons and camouflage prints have not left the runway just yet. Just take a look at the Tessuto Camouflage Tote; the Italian version of an everyday bag meets military chic prints by the House of Prada.
Iâ€™m not picking favorites, but I like how the colors of this tote is supple, making it easier to mix-and-match with your everyday wardrobe. Cool studding details adds a military-chic feel to this tote, giving it a distinctive look so thereâ€™s no confusion with your average camo bag. Yellow jacquard lining and the signature logo at the bottom corner reminds us that this trendy tote is in fact a Prada bag.
I can help but wonder if this version will become a big seller like Vuittonâ€™s version did. Regardless, if you missed your chance in obtaining a designer camouflage bag, donâ€™t miss out on Pradaâ€™s interpretation via the shops at Saks Fifth Avenue
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