Proenza Schouler

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Photography Pablo Ravazzani

Published February 18, 2014

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Proenza Schouler has never shied away from doing its own thing. This season, the brand, fronted by Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, prefaced their fall collection by bathing Greenwich Village gallery Gavin Brown’s Enterprise in a red, Turrellian glow. The show began with a series of structured outwear in exaggerated proportions—rounded, sloping shoulders, tight waists, and pumped-up hips layered over slim but fluid trousers, below-the-knee skirts, and short-sleeved, high-collared minidresses—rendered in a cacophony of electric cobalt, teal, emerald green, black and white speckled jacquards, and abstract prints optically vacillating between wood grain and zebra stripes. Shapely leather biker jackets and patchwork dresses and separates in suede and leather concluded the show, validating Proenza’s continual status as New York’s most adept mix masters.

For more from New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2014, click here.