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If you picked up a rustic old world American vibe from Prabal Gurung’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection, you wouldn’t be off the mark. The designer reportedly looked to visual culture belonging to Native Americans tribes in upstate New York, which inspired subtle graphic prints and fur shawls and collars in natural shades—a welcomed break from the acidic neon statement furs that dominated collections last year. With bulky coats and loosely fitted sweaters and dresses in tones of grey, cream, and black, punctuated by a few vermillion looks, the collection was as easy on the eyes as it was on the female figure.
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