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Only Prabal Gurung could make an orange turtleneck sexy, which is exactly what he did this morning at his Fall/Winter show. Feathers, high-necklines, and draped silhouettes dominated the collection, but there was plenty of skin on display through clavicle cut-outs and thigh-high slits. There were dresses with feather trim in layers of orange, red, purple, pink, and white; a black and grey, cropped feather jacket with leather cuffs; a full-feather coat in autumnal oranges. Models were enveloped up in two-tone oversized scarves and cozy stoles, and silk tops wrapped over simple turtlenecks. Even the three closing gowns covered the models’ necks, albeit with the added glamour of embroidered sequins.
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