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With Miron Crosby and Prabal Gurung, the Western Trend Has Never Looked Better

Barbara Bush, Nancy Rogers, Tina Craig, and more gathered to celebrate the limited-edition collection.
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Miron Crosby x Prabal Gurung
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With Miron Crosby and Prabal Gurung, the Western Trend Has Never Looked Better

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The western trend has been going strong in the fashion world for several years now, and is still set to be a major influence this fall. You can find western-inspired details around town (Stetson hats at Commerce, oversized belt buckles at Brenda Schoenfeld, and Lack of Color wide brims at Market), but Dallas may have achieved peak western trend with Miron Crosby’s latest collaboration.

The sister-owned studio in Highland Park Village, known for authentic and fashion-minded cowboy boots, teamed up with designer Prabal Gurung for a limited-edition set of five styles, available now. Both brands tend to favor rich, vibrant hues and playful designs, so the collection, which includes mirrored rose gold leather and a pastel shoe in a dreamy “pink parfait,” is justifiably bold.

To celebrate, Miron Crosby joined forces with Barbara Bush, Tina Craig, Nancy Rogers, and Nasiba Hartland-Mackie (basically all of my favorite people to follow on Instagram), for a fashion show with Prabal Gurung at the Mansion on Turtle Creek. Horses and fringe-covered cowgirls lined the runway. Peak western indeed.

Miron Crosby x Prabal Gurung

Relive the night through the slideshow below, then stop by the Highland Park Village studio, where the boots are available for pre-sale and immediate purchase.

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