Proenza Schouler showed its Fall 2013 collection in an unfinished, atmospherically rundown space in downtown Manhattan, but the space was a stark contrast to the polished and almost ladylike look of the clothing. Working in a palette of ivory, pale mint, and peach along with plenty of black, Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez created a parade of clothing that chic young women could wear from day to night — shift dresses in nubby bouclé with open backs, rounded shoulder coats with lapel-less V-necks, and layers of perforated fabrics that hinted at a deconstructed peplum shape. And yes, we would like to get on the waiting list now for one of the oversize clutches that went down the runway with the majority of the looks. Click through to see the full show.
Proenza Schouler Fall 2013 Runway
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