The world’s wealthiest men have spent millions of dollars on sneakers, but women are still being left out in the cold.
In a bid to bring women in the fashion industry into line, Prada has launched the first women’s line of women’s sneakers.
The Prada F-400s, which cost £8,000 ($10,400), are designed for men who want a more sporty look than traditional sneakers.
The sneakers are based on the brand’s F-series footwear, which were designed for women in order to reduce the weight of the footwear and to create more aerodynamic designs.
The company is also launching a line of men’s sneakers, the F-800, for men looking for an alternative to traditional sneakers, which have more cushioning.