Proenza Schouler - AW 11/12
Proenza Schouler mixed the primal with the modern in their latest collection. On a road trip to Santa Fe designers, Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez got their hands on some Native American blankets and were instantly inspired. From there, the two hit the computers and started to urbanize the patterns they saw. They researched the blankets and began to design. The designers pixelated the patterns, printed them on silk like fabrics, and manipulated them into lace, creating the contemporary Native American muse that dominated the runway. Each outfit was accompanied by an equally amazing pair of heels which will be a must have for the fall. The crocheted skirts summed up the entire collection. Their traditional look was juxtaposed with neon patterns, creating an effortlessly complete look. Proenza Schouler created an exciting collection that set a new pace for the fall.
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