Despite the fact that Labor Day just happened, marking the unofficial end of summer, fashion month has already started — which means the industry is currently looking forward to next spring. By now, you're probably well aware that each season comes with new trends both big and small. However, if there’s one particular movement that seems to keep coming back, it’s Western style. And just in case you needed any further proof, the Miron Crosby x Prabal Gurung boots just debuted at New York Fashion Week — which means this trend isn’t going anywhere.
For its Spring 2020 fashion show, Prabal Gurung celebrates classic Americana with a modern twist. And let's be honest: What better way to do that than with stylish cowboy boots? Working with luxury western boot brand Miron Crosby — a Texas-based company gaining traction among It-girls like Gigi Hadid and Kacey Musgraves — the fashion designer created two vintage-inspired cowboy boots in eight colorways — and the best part is, five of these styles are available for you to add into your closet now.
The New West, a sleek and futuristic style reviving a rodeo boot shape popular in the 1960s, is available to buy in three colors: white, black, and red with croc overlay. The Legend, which is a short, maximalist approach to traditional cowboy boots, comes in metallic rose gold leather as well as a colorblocked option featuring pastel hues. This pair also features a cutout rose motif seen throughout Prabal Gurung’s Spring 2020 ready-to-wear collection. Both styles include a pointed toe, stacked leather heels, and scalloped shafts for a chic silhouette.
“It is a great honor to work with such an influential designer that we’ve looked up to for years,” said Miron Crosby co-founders Sarah Means and Lizzie Means Duplantis in a statement. “Prabal is a true artist that puts his heart and soul into his designs, and we are so proud of this collection we created together.”
Each of the styles in the Miron Crosby x Prabal Gurung collection — which ranges from $1,895 to $3,995 — is handmade in Texas by artisans using techniques like hand lasting, which is the art of stretching leather into its final form. And with every stitch and seam carefully placed for a high-quality result, there’s no doubt these boots will be in your wardrobe for years.
Ready to keep the Western boot trend going? Keep scrolling to shop some of the pieces now or head over to Miron Crosby's or Prabal Gurung's websites to see the collection in its entirety.