Prabal Gurung went for a “sportswear with couture details” vibe, as well as a nod to his Bill Blass days, for resort. He amped up colors, prints and textures, often putting all three in the same look. The designer worked a glazed raffia tweed for a coat, and a jacquard that was woven to resemble guipure lace on a bright yellow, blue and white shift dress. The overall feeling was quite dressy. Sportier elements came via track stripes on the sides of pants and a racer back on a white column gown. His knits, ranging from sweet floral intarsia to color-blocked sweaters, were a highlight. So was the pansy print, which he featured on a long-sleeve T-shirt and a duchesse satin skirt.

Prabal Gurung went for a “sportswear with couture details” vibe, as well as a nod to his Bill Blass days, for resort. He amped up colors, prints and textures, often putting all three in the same look. The designer worked a glazed raffia tweed for a coat, and a jacquard that was woven to resemble guipure lace on a bright yellow, blue and white shift dress. The overall feeling was quite dressy. Sportier elements came via track stripes on the sides of pants and a racer back on a white column gown. His knits, ranging from sweet floral intarsia to color-blocked sweaters, were a highlight. So was the pansy print, which he featured on a long-sleeve T-shirt and a duchesse satin skirt.

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