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Proenza Schouler, spring-summer 2024 collection

Date: July 20, 2024 Time: 01:15:53

Jack McCullough and Lázaro Hernández, who celebrated the 20th anniversary of Proenza Schouler last year, along with the presentation of the spring-summer collection, showed a new monogram: a minimalist PS, which resembled the infinity sign. His depiction, painted in acrylic on paper, can be purchased for between $10,000 and $15,000 at an auction currently being held by Phillips.

Speaking of Phillips. The spring/summer show took place at the company’s Park Avenue headquarters, and the new symbol appeared subtly on cashmere sweaters and black loafers. I would like to note that the designer duo usually confidently moves forward in the chosen direction: the collections become cleaner from season to season, and after 20 years, one might say, they turn out to be more sophisticated, plus a cyclical pattern can be created. . tracked. After the fall-winter collection, Jack and Lazaro decided to focus on timeless positions and refine their vision of themselves. “We finished the fall show and immediately knew we really wanted to continue in that vein,” McCullough shared.

Thus, the current show was inaugurated by Natalie Laura Mering, known as Weyes Blood and who wrote the original composition of the soundtrack. She wore a three-button straight jacket and black pants, which were complemented by elegant sandals and black nylon stockings. The last styling trick seemed very successful and was repeated throughout almost the entire show. There were also many red and translucent textures, “scales” on skirts, fishnets instead of blouses, milky leather suits, hip bags and dresses. And a little about dresses. The first, made of fine wool, was a hybrid of dress and sweater tied over the shoulders, the second was minimalist and so tight that it seemed as if the models’ bodies were simply wrapped in a roll of fabric.

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Hansen Taylor is a full-time editor for ePrimefeed covering sports and movie news.

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