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The Prada Microsoles are coming to Kuala Lumpur

And you can customise them too

By Verinia Khoo | Published: 5 May 2016

Prada Microsoles
Photo: Prada

Are you ready to own a customised pair of Prada brogues? We are! As part of the Prada Made-to-Order project, customers will able to personalise their very own pair of the iconic Microsole brogues that made waves back in Spring Summer 2011. All you have to do is head to the Prada boutique in Pavilion KL any time between 13 May and 16 May 2016.

With a selection of 29 colours for the upper part of the shoes and six sole colours, you're going to have a blast at making the brogues your own. You can also have your initials added, if you like. Keep in mind that there will be a 90-day wait for the delivery after your order has been placed, so make good choices!

Related: Prada AW16
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