Resort 2018 Fashion Show By American Fashion Designer Prabal Gurung

| September 14, 2017

Prabal Gurung is an American fashion designer of Nepalese; he was born to a Nepali family on March 31st 1979 in Singapore. He grew up in Kathmandu and finished his high school education from a reputed Jesuit school St Xavier School Kathmandu.

He did his Hotel Management from the National Council of Hotel Management Catering Technology and Applied Nutrition Dadar Mumbai. Later he began studying fashion designing at National Institute of Fashion Technology New Delhi.

Prabal Gurung apprenticed at several local productions and fashion houses in Melbourne and London and he assisted famous stylists. In 1999 in New York while attending for Parsons School of Design, he interned for Donna Karan and he was awarded the ‘Best Designer’ title at the annual Parsons/Fit design competition.

He spent two years with Cynthia Rowley’s design team and then became the design director at Bill Blass and after following the five successful years at Blass he presented his own collection ‘Prabal Gurung’ during New York Fashion Week in February 2009.

For fall 2010, he staged his first runway show in the Tents at Bryant Park. Prabal Gurung has made his mark on the world of fashion as a truly artistic designer and visionary.

He is the designer of women’s wear and he focuses an old technique with cutting edge modernity to create a daring yet timeless collection.

He is more than just a designer because of his architectural approach and his aim is to bring his unique vision to the forefront of the industry and lease an incredible mark on the world of fashion.

After the brief introduction of this American fashion designer we are interested to share with you his latest collection named ‘Prabal Gurung Resort 2018’ showcased at New York Fashion Week.

The designer pinned his mood board with photographs by the London-based Moroccan photographer Hassan Hajjaj and he said about the photographer, “I have always been attracted to his work and its conversation about globalization and borders.

Hassan takes concepts such as immigration and questions the whole idea of race and identity.” Prabal Gurung drew on Moroccan’s landscapes, colors and referred the local culture in the silhouettes and shapes.

He worked for his collection a flamenco-inspired miniskirt paired with a matching top having tiered or ruffled sleeves and he also included plenty of his signature sleek looks including a fluid paneled satin cami with matching drawstring pants, pink color spaghetti strap bias-cut dress and a green camisole over a powder blue flared skirt.

Category: Designer Dresses

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