Wanderlust with Prabal Gurung for Fall Winter 2015 at NYFW

Prabal Gurung FW 2015

Prabal Gurung was quoted at his Fall Winter show saying that he loves a woman of substance.

 

One could say the same of his latest collection, which was inspired by the Adirondack Mountains.

 

Gurung admixed minimalism infused with references to the natural world, like a snow leopard printed velvet coat and a shift dress resembling white cliffs.

 

He kept the color palette earthy with shades of onyx, ivory and grey, and pops of garnet and vermillion.

 

Fox fur trimmed duffle coats and cashmere bombers were thrown over slinky slip dresses. Gurung combined practicality with luxury, such as layering a black and white striped fur stole over a chunky knit turtleneck. In turn, pleated, calf-length silk wrap skirts flaunted a hint of leg. Fair Isle embroidered tweed sweatshirts were given a glamorous update in the form of a midi shift dress and a turtleneck paired with a thigh-bearing leather wrap skirt.

 

For evening, a tuxedo style jumpsuit with lace panels was the sheer embodiment of the sentiment, that less is more.

 

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