The latest Fall-Winter pre-collection by Prabal Gurung was inspired by Korean artist Lee Ufan contemporary installation exhibition at Versailles, as well as Robert Mapplethorpe’s brushstroke deconstructed tulip paintings. We see easy to wear clothes made of expensive materials. I love the way designer used bold graphics, including abstract florals, mohair polka dots, and other various bright patterns. I personally like his daytime separates and knitwear creations. The Pre-Fall contains almost all of his design signatures.
How about mixing prints like tweed and polka dots? We see a black crewneck collar coat in black color that is printed in tweed and polka dots details. Try it on with slim-fit trousers and heeled white pumps.
The black coat with white mohair polka dots looks great with plaid floor-length trousers.
How about tweed print outfit? Here we see a collarless tailored jacket with front zip closure worn atop tweed print front zip dress belted at the waist.
The printed sweater looks great with flared red trousers. That's a great look for those women who wants something smart-casual with 1970's vibes.
This two-piece dress is an ideal addition to every lady's wardrobe. We see a long sleeve top styled with a pleated skirt. This look reminds me of spring days.
I love the artisanal unconstructed, handwoven and abbreviated shearling vest worn atop floral brocade coat in black color.
That's a magnificent cocktail sleeveless dress with a pencil skirt. Try on this evening piece for very special moments in your life.
An exaggerated floral brocade coat in black color looks great with the same brocade dress.