Sunday, September 22, 2013

Prabal Gurung Spring 2014 #NYFW

"The whole inspiration started with the idea o the preservation of an elegant woman.'  Gurung said of his format backstage after the show.  He set out to 'modernise the idealised woman, someone who is colourful, bold, strong and sensual, with just a little amount of danger - femininity with a bite.  That meant seductive almost suspiciously feminine garb: tighter-than-tight midi-length pencil skirts in mint, bubblegum and baby blue satin; fitted '50s bustier dresses with gathered seams that drew eyes brazenly down the backs of skirts, and little satin jackets that hung from the tops of models' shoulders.  Futuristic elements entered with Perspex harness backs, printed PVC raincoats and corset-like plastic panels on the fronts of tanks and dresses, shining with the high-gloss promise of candy wrappers." -

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