For this collection, designers Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough created an urban wardrobe with elements of frivolity. Balancing volume with structure, the line features ruched shirtdresses, tuxedo suiting, and exaggerated velvet trousers paired with draped knits, bubble silhouettes, and a range of shapes from super-slim to extra-wide trimmed with ostrich feathers. Crafted of jersey, Proenza Schouler’s long-sleeve shirt is defined by a dramatic point collar. The style is elevated by tonal button closures and dimensional topstitching.
- Point collar
- Long sleeves with barrel button cuffs
- Chest flap pockets
- Button front
- Back vent
- Combination: 70% triacetate/30% polyester
- 100% viscose
- Dry clean
SIZE & FIT
- About 30″ from shoulder to hem
- Model measurements: 5’10” tall
- Model is wearing a US size 4
ABOUT THE BRAND
Designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez collaborated on their senior thesis at NYC’s Parsons School of Design in 2002, which led to the official launch of Proenza Schouler—an homage to their mothers’ maiden names. Their innovative, well-tailored clothing has since earned them five CFDA awards. In 2008, the brand debuted a line of handbags, with the PS1 instantly gaining a cult following. Today, they also create sleek, edgy footwear.
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