Proenza Schouler is renowned for its urban aesthetic, which draws inspiration from contemporary art and youth culture to offer impeccably crafted clothing and accessories.
We're all tied up in Proenza's collection this fall/winter. Keeping to their offbeat aesthetic, the design duo works strict silhouettes into the height of design this season. Stepping away from abstract prints for a distinctly sleek look, the collection reflects a heavily tailoring-inspired influence. Ribbing, lace-up details and asymmetrical styles are all cut close to the body for a striking figure. Don't miss out on the mouth-watering updates to their oh-so-coveted handbags.
While still at Parsons The New School for Design, Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez collaborated on their graduating collection, calling it Proenza Schouler, which is the combination of their mothers’ maiden names. Setting the tone for the success to come, the entire collection was bought by Barneys New York. The duo has since established its brand as one of New York Fashion Week’s headline acts, and is responsible for some of the most sought after handbags fashion has possibly ever known.