Words can not explain how much I admire designer Prabal Gurung. I always loved the preciseness of his clothes, but the real love affair started when I read this specific quote in his Rolling Stone interview –

I’ve always loved intelligent girls, no matter how they look. To be able to hold a conversation with someone is so important. The moment someone acts dumb, I lose interest. I think about the subtext and layers of a person when I design. I design for someone who has interest in the space around her, who is aware of her relationship with the world, someone a little evolved, a little concerned. I think putting more women in power will help solve a lot of problems in the world. It troubles me that the media celebrate women acting like bimbos on TV — it’s not cute, it’s ridiculous. I call it “Paris Hilton Syndrome”; there’s a place for that superficiality — but it must be neutralized by an equally powerful, intelligent counterforce in culture. I don’t want to perpetuate the wrong ideal. For integrity’s sake, I say no to a lot of people who ask to wear our clothes!

To actually speak on this, to step out and say something like this, to be aware of the world and yourself in it, that’s what moves me most in people. The world is full or loopy people, robots who take life the way it is, who don’t challenge anything, who don’t speak about anything that doesn’t make sense to them, this is why there’s so little changing, nowadays. There’s not much stands people take. We can’t change the game with no stands, trying to be politically correct all the time.

And Prabal’s clothes are always parallel to his words; the preciseness in his though, stand, reflects in his clothes, also. Love the latest collection. He’s one of the rare designers whose colors don’t bother me. I hate color, but if i had to put some on me, they would be coming from the works of this brilliant man.