Miranda Kerr and the Prada Vitello Daino Tote

Many things can be said about model Miranda Kerr. She's incredibly beautiful. She makes tons of money with endorsement deals including her stint as a Victoria's Secret Angel, and she's dating one of the handsomest actors in the world, Orlando Bloom. However, the one thing about her that attracts my attention the most is her impressive Prada handbag collection.

There can be no doubt about her love for Prada. She's been photographed with a slew of Prada bags over the past couple of years. She loves their classic silhouettes and neutral colors the most, and her latest addition is no exception. Just one look at the Vitello Daino Tote in cobalt blue is enough to send me running to Saks so I can scoop one of these up. A busy model and fledgling entrepreneur needs a classic, roomy bag to keep her organized while on the go. The tote's 13 x 14 x 5 dimensions are large enough to do just that and more. Don't let the small top handles fool you into thinking this is an uncomfortable bag. The Vitello Daino Tote comes with an adjustable shoulder strap that Miranda has chosen to leave behind. It's more chic to carry a bag like this on the crook of the arm, but it's nice to know you have options in case you need them.

The tote's cobalt blue color is perfect for spring and summer, but is neutral enough to segway into fall. You can purchase the Prada Vitello Daino Tote in cobalt blue for $1396 via raffaello-network.com, but this Italian online retailer is known to jack up prices a bit and S&H fees can add up. Try your local Saks or Prada boutique (if there's one in your area) to obtain the bag at retail price.

Photo source: justjared.com


Couture Carrie on February 13, 2010 at 1:15 PM said...

Love Miranda, adore the bag!
Cobalt is so stellar!


Michael St. James on March 5, 2010 at 3:25 PM said...

She's gorgeous and I love the electric blue Prada bag!

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