Proenza Schouler Spring 2016 RTW turned out to be phenomenal, “No spectacle. No fireworks. We just wanted to show the power of craft and clothes-making,” said Lazaro Hernandez to WWD.
It was a smash! Proenza Schouler presented their Spring 2016 Ready To Wear Collection in New York last night. The collection turned out to be phenomenal, “No spectacle. No fireworks. We just wanted to show the power of craft and clothes-making,” said Lazaro Hernandez to WWD. And the result cause an admiration. This season they are focused on texture, decoration, and asymmetry, and produced some of the most knockout dresses of the week.
With a new investor announced earlier this year, their ambitions are bigger than ever. Here and there the details were overdone—seen all together, from midi dresses with ruffles, cutouts, and fil coupe dots to shirtdresses that spilled off the shoulders. All done in a potent palette of black, white, red and a green. As for accessories, those bows surely compelling decorative elements – undone grosgrain ribbons shown on black against white and vice versa.
No doubt Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough are striving to redefine modernity, femininity and confidence, but this time they are intensely worked on pieces that flaunted new, such an impressive ways to redefine all of those concept and pulled it together in a subtle way. (Text Teuku Ajie)