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Proenza Schouler fall/winter 2017
Proenza Schouler fall/winter 2017
Proenza Schouler fall/winter 2017
Proenza Schouler fall/winter 2017
Proenza Schouler fall/winter 2017
Proenza Schouler fall/winter 2017
Proenza Schouler fall/winter 2017
Proenza Schouler fall/winter 2017
Proenza Schouler fall/winter 2017
Fashion

Proenza Schouler Packs a Punch

By Whitewall

February 17, 2017

Proenza Schouler‘s fall/winter 2017 collection, presented during New York Fashion Week, felt active and dynamic. The season was full of asymmetry—in hem lines, sleeves, closures, cutouts, and zippers. Colors stuck to white, black, red, bright blue, and metallics. A sense of pattern mostly came from layering, aside from a few graffiti-inspired prints in dresses, skirts, tops, and tunics. Neck-lines were high, if sometimes sheer, and texture came from a spare amount pleating and shearling details on outerwear.

Designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez cited their memories of the streets of New York as inspiration, be it music, found objects, or street art. Overall, looks were punchy and creatively confident.

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