Proenza Schouler Spring 2014 at NYFW: Understated Domesticity
Posted Thursday September 12, 2013 10:43 AM GMT
Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernadez took their Spring 2014 collection to the top of a midtown skyscraper with massive windows. “The mood is serene and polished, juxtaposing hard and soft, technology and craft,” explained show notes.
The inspiration behind Proenza Schouler was “understated domesticity,” but each piece definitely made a statement. The designers turned into engineers when it came to the fabric — skirts had defined pleats in gold and silver, while dresses gained shape at the waist with peplum.
Pantsuits and jackets were made of cotton crepe, making each look gracefully float down the runway. Crop tops, a continuous trend of New York Fashion week, took an elegant twist in metallic hues. The rest of the lineup came in simple shades of cream, navy, grey and yellow.
While the theme was "home-life," there's no way we'd stay inside wearing any of this collection. Job well done boys!
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