Prabal Gurung Evening Dresses
Crinkle chiffon floor-length gown with rosette and button details; Deep V-neck; Sleeveless; Concealed back zip; Front slit; About 60 from shoulder to hem; Polyester; Dry clean; Made in USA; Model shown is 5'10 (177cm) wearing US size 4.
Prabal Gurung's dark pink silk chiffon gown is enhanced with tiered ruffles on the bias. V-neck. Sleeveless. 60" from shoulder to hem (approximately). Concealed side zip closure. Lined. Available in Magnolia (dark pink). 100% silk. Dry clean. Made in U.S. Our model is 5'10"/178cm and wearing a size 4.;SILK
Prabal Gurung's midi-dress is crafted of chartreuse swirl-pattern jacquard. Showcasing the Fall 2017 collection's ultra-feminine aesthetic, this design is styled with a self-twist detail and keyhole at the bodice. Jewel neck. Long sleeves. Cinched waist. 44.5" from shoulder to hem (approximately). Concealed back zip closure. Lined. Available in Chartreuse. 100% viscose. Lining: 100% silk. Dry clean. Made in U.S. Our model is 5'10"/178cm and wearing a size 2.
Prabal Gurung's sleeveless gown is crafted in panels of red-orange silk satin connected with functional buttons and loops. V-neck. Draped back. Side-seam vent. 55" from shoulder to hem (approximately). Button-and-loop closure at back. Available in Red-Orange. 100% silk. Dry clean. Made in U.S. Our model is 5'10"/178cm and wearing a size 4.;SILK
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Prabal Gurung Asymmetrical Dress in Yellow. - size 0 (also in ) Self: 62% triacetate 38% cuproLining: 100% silk. Made in USA. Dry clean only. Fully lined. Hidden side zip closure. Asymmetrical hem. PRAF-WD33. S17D02 CU. About the designer: Innovative and with a unique design perspective, Prabal Gurung has made his mark on the world of fashion. Gurung was born in Singapore and raised in Kathmandu, Nepal. Gurung began his design career in New Delhi, then moved to New York to finish his studies at Parsons The New School for Design. Gurung spent two years with Cynthia Rowley's design and production teams, then was appointed design director at Bill Blass, a position he held for five years until launching his own collection in February 2009.