Tuesday, February 11, 2014

NYFW Review 2014: Prabal Gurung


Photo Credit:Style.com
For Fall 2014, Prabal Gurung proved layering to be chic and made orange as the new black to brighten the season. Gurung used basic knit neck scarves and capes to drape and wrap on top of oversized sweaters to create dramatic layered looks.  To balance and lighten the layers, Gurung chose chiffon and other sheer like fabrics for the skirts and accessorized the feet with strappy stilettos. The color palette of the collection featured an arrangement of familiar warm fall leaf colors that included browns, black, yellows, gray,white, and forest green. However, it was the  bright orange tones and deep reds that were truly the showstoppers of the entire runway show. To add diversity, Gurung did use a few patterns, cutouts, and slits that help spice up the evening wear. He also maintained the collection's technique of layering for even wear by weaving and intertwining  lighter fabrics and different patterns together while spotlighting the bright autumn colors.   Overall, the Prabal Gurung2014 Fall collection was bright, cozy, chic, and elegant. He made highlighted the brightness of autumn tones and made layers look not only warm but ultra luxurious and chic.


Photo Credit:Style.com

Photo Credit:Style.com

Photo Credit:Style.com

Photo Credit:Style.com

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