Gurung's latest collection, inspired by his Nepalese heritage, was definitely the strongest of Fashion Week so far -- and that's a tall order, as many big names have already shown their designs. His fall runway was full of Mongolian lamb coats, deconstructed suits and beautiful knotting and draping. But where Gurung separates himself from the rest is with his expert layering.
Our favorite look from the collection featured a model wearing a red cashmere cable knit sweater, hand-draped chiffon skirt and a bordeaux and cantaloupe reversible cape. In a sea of black and navy-wearing fashion editors, it was so refreshing to see tangerine and scarlet hues. This just proves that orange really is the new black.
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