While Proenza Schouler is not a couturier (in the literal sense of the word), its ready-to-wear collection that just premiered in Paris Couture Week is worthy of the word "haute couture".
Devoting its works to the mastery of patchwork and mixing materials, Proenza Schouler's debut for Paris, which is the Spring/Summer 2018 collection, saw touches of Hispanic notes - boleros, basques, boat and Andalusian lace collars - that recall the designers' love and respect for the masters of the Spanish fashion.
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Minimal, classic and uniquely contemporary, the designer duo has proven that they are worthy of showing in the City of Lights (and at couture week too!).
A fashion house that was founded by Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez in 2002, the duo has also chosen to show their collections in its home city New York.
Now, along with a list of New Yorker designers like Rodarte and Monique Lhuillier, they have decided to take the risk and show in Paris and it was absolutely captivating.
Stay tuned as we bring you more of Paris Couture Week in the coming days.