Prabal Gurung Spring 2014 | New York Fashion Week

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published September 7, 2013

Prabal Gurung SpringPrabal Gurung’s spring 2014 collection toed the line between futuristic and retro-inspired with a showing of bold colors and body-hugging dresses of bonded satin. Adorned with dynamic prints ranging from floral to space age lines and graphics, models strutted the runway in sixties style cat eye glasses. Gurung also toughened up the bright looks with cigarette length pants and bomber jackets. Sweet heart necklines and printed tops contrasted with screen printed PVC jackets and plastic accents. Pointed sling-back shoes brought a sexy element to an already ultra-feminine spring.


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