Prabal Gurung to launch debut footwear collection at Fashion Week

With only days to go before New York Fashion Week, Prabal Gurung has revealed that he will be unveiling his debut footwear collection during his Spring/Summer 2015 show.

The designer took to Instagram to share the exciting news, giving fans a sneak preview of some of the designs, as well as one of the campaign images shot by Richie Talboy.

Prabal Gurung Photo: © Instagram

Prabal Gurung gave fans a sneak peek of his debut footwear collection on Instagram

"We are very excited to announce the launch of PRABAL GURUNG footwear," he captioned the photo. "Debuting on the Spring 2015 runway 12pm Saturday, September 6th, live streaming from #pgnyfw #nyfw #prabalgurung #footwear".

Prabal, who has dressed the Duchess of Cambridge and Michelle Obama, will be unveiling the six new styles as part of his ready-to-wear catwalk show at New York Fashion Week.

The Nepalese American designer also gave fans a sneak peek at one of the designs called the Cecily Pump, a black colour-blocked stiletto with snakeskin detail.

Prabal Gurung footwear Photo: © Instagram

The Cecily Pump is one of six new styles that will appear in his catwalk show

Off the catwalk, Prabal recently announced that he would be collaborating on a beauty range with MAC Cosmetics.

"Creating this line has certainly been emotional for me," he said. "I think back to the beauty products on my mother's vanity that I saw growing up and how much they resonated with me. It's pretty incredible to be in a position to now be developing my own."

With celebrities such as Jennifer Lawrence, Scarlett Johansson and Marion Cotillard all repeatedly wearing his designs on the red carpet, the young designer admitted that he didn't have a specific muse.

"I've always been interested in intelligent, beautiful women who are aware of the space they occupy," he revealed. "And the relationship they have with fashion and the world, not just herself."
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