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Prada San Francisco Gets a Shimmery Makeover

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Check out the fancy new interior of the Prada on Post Street in Union Square. The 6,500 square-foot boutique was designed by architect Roberto Baciocchi and sparkles with tons of mirrors, crystal, black marble, green velvet and leather details. It's a fitting backdrop for the Milan-based brand's luxury clothes and accessories for men and women. While the women's section is a jewel box of reflective surfaces, men will feel at home in the more subdued area dedicated to them, which features approachable upholstery and floor coverings.
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