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The pace was set at Ngee Ann City, with the re­turn of Nepalese-Amer­i­can de­signer Pra­bal Gu­rung. His Au­tumn/ Win­ter ’14 col­lec­tion whis­pered tales of rich cul­tures found in the Hi­malayas. Mod­els ac­ces­sorised with thick scarves and pash­mi­nas wrapped around their necks as well as bells on their an­kles tin­kled down the run­way in­spired by the king­dom of Mus­tang, Nepal.

Flirty skirts ruled the col­lec­tion, paired with chunky knits and cosy sweaters. The eth­nic ta­pes­try-printed fab­rics and tex­tured drap­ing were also a fan­tas­tic con­trast to the sporty looks that opened the show. His sig­na­ture gowns made their way in a sea of vi­brant reds rem­i­nis­cent of paint strokes by Ce­cily Brown, an artist whose at­ten­tion-grab­bing works have al­ways cap­ti­vated the de­signer.

Pra­bal Gu­rung Au­tumn/ Win­ter ’14 Pra­bal Gu­rung Au­tumn/ Win­ter ’14

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