The works of Canadian artist Aaron Moran — who collects words, images and textures and turns them into geometric sculptures — inspired Prabal Gurung for resort. The influence was evident in his shapes, details and prints, with sharp asymmetric angles and piping on silk and cotton color-blocked dresses and shorts, and bold graphics mixed with floral prints in various scales. Away from this influence were charming peplum blouses paired with the designer’s signature skinny pants and pencil skirts, as well as some drapy romantic Grecian gowns.

The works of Canadian artist Aaron Moran — who collects words, images and textures and turns them into geometric sculptures — inspired Prabal Gurung for resort. The influence was evident in his shapes, details and prints, with sharp asymmetric angles and piping on silk and cotton color-blocked dresses and shorts, and bold graphics mixed with floral prints in various scales. Away from this influence were charming peplum blouses paired with the designer’s signature skinny pants and pencil skirts, as well as some drapy romantic Grecian gowns.

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