NYFW SS15: Proenza Schouler

With the ubiquitous rise of “normcore” these past few seasons, Proenza Schouler has released their lux version of the trend for Spring 2015. As paradoxical as that sounds, the results embody the cool, downtown it-girl look that the brand has come to represent. According to Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, the duo behind Proenza Schouler, the collection’s laser-cut parkas, leather tees, pleated skirts, and polos are updates of American sportswear.

The masterful combination of textures kept the ensembles fresh and upbeat. Knitted wool polos with leather panelling were pulled over crochet knee length skirts, and structured laser-cut parkas were layered over checked shirts and printed trousers. Colours were reduced to a palette of black, white and grey, save for the occasional pop of hunter green or tangerine. While this season’s silhouettes may have been drawn from classic American garments, their finishes were anything but ordinary.

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by Louise Lui 

Images courtesy of Style.com

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