How to identify the Replicas of Prada bags?

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1. Packaging accessories replicas
Prada accessories have two copies of identity cards, and instructions. There are two identity cards, one is paper and the other is plastic. The letter 2113 on the two identity cards is a comparison, in color and model Can be matched.
Second, the logo
The prada replicas dolabuy logo is a serif font, and each letter has certain characteristics. The R of the R has a 5261 gap, the thickness of the left and right lines of A is different, and the right is thicker than the left. Three, triangle mark
The external standard of prada replicas  is generally in the form of a triangle. The 4102 position marked by the genuine red line should be 11 pins, and the position marked by the blue line is 14 pins. The metal labels are all on the same level on the 1653 line, and the spacing between each letter is the same. The fakes are often wrong, and many metal labels will be done at different levels.
The simplest is to look at the logo and the zipper head. The gold chain zipper head has Lampo on the reverse side, and the silver practice zipper head is riri.
Logo, you should pay attention to the bottom shield 2113. Western shields you have seen on TV, it is the shape with edges and corners, the authentic shield has a smooth outline, and the bottom of the fake shield will have gear-like embossment or one by one Small particles.
There are also some styles where his small shield is hollow. Also look at the small shield. The hollow has a total of 6 to small bars. There are two small bars on the left and right sides of the small shield, two in the middle 4102, the fake is usually a circle There are small bars.
Next, look at the letters. In the fake letters, most of the two A fonts are different. Look at the logo inside the bag. The authentic embossing is clear. Even the small stamp in the wallet is very clear and the corners are clean. Neat, otherwise 1653 false blur.
replicas bags Prada’s triangle mark is divided into a big triangle and a small triangle. Most of the big triangle is sewn on the bag with the leather under the logo. There is a circle of hardware pads. The small triangle is the one that I have studied carefully. The small hollow circle at the corner is fixed on the lower leather first, and then sewed on the bag together with the leather.
As the man downstairs said, Gao Fang’s workmanship is so good now. It’s really difficult to distinguish from the cortex alone. You can’t always ask him, Niu Niu, are you dead in the Prada factory? Haha, only from the logo and hardware power.

Informed by Italy’s rich tradition of leather work, the Galleria is assembled from 83 fastidiously crafted pieces. When it debuted in 2007, Prada’s Galleria bag, a pared-back leather zip-top tote with rounded handles reminiscent of the medicine-style bags popular in the 1950s, already had the makings of a classic. A sober answer to the era’s flashy It-bags, its clean lines and functional design quickly made it a favorite among customers searching for a versatile accessory with a more timeless, cerebral feel. (Its cinematic appeal was further solidified in 2015, when the brand commissioned the American director and photographer Autumn de Wilde to create a series of surreal short films, later reprised in 2017, inspired by the bag.) As Prada prepares to enter a new era — in which Raf Simons will join Miuccia Prada as the company’s co-creative director — the Galleria will remain, its ongoing popularity a testament to the brand’s heritage. And, with many of Italy’s manufacturing businesses now operating once again and shops poised to reopen after being hard hit by the global pandemic, the leather artisans who create each iteration of the bag have recently been able to resume their craft.

“The Galleria is the iconic bag our customers identify with Prada,” said Guido Savy, who oversees the production of leather goods at the brand’s factory in Scandicci, a 38,000-square-foot chrome-and-glass complex on the periphery of Florence. The Galleria is beloved, too, he added, “because of the type of leather we use”: Prada’s signature Saffiano leather. Defined by its loosely crosshatched texture, Saffiano is the product of a hot-pressing process that renders the calf leather scratch- and water-resistant. The material was patented by Mario Prada, Miuccia’s grandfather, in 1913, the same year he opened his first shop in the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the historic 19th-century Milanese shopping arcade that lends the Galleria bag its name.

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In the weeks before Italians were instructed to sequester themselves in their homes, I visited the factory in Tuscany. The region was still unscathed, and it was business as usual: Teams of artisans in pressed white lab coats clustered around workbenches on the pristine white factory floor piecing together sections of colorful leather. In Tuscan-accented Italian, an artisan named Antonella Bratti described the work as her “passion”; this region has been a leather-working center since at least the 13th century, and the trade, as it was in Bratti’s case, is often passed down through generations. “A lot of brands have developed factories in this district,” said Savy. “There is manpower here with the necessary skills because of this traditional culture.”

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