>> A look to the left reveals a first image of Proenza Schouler's shoe deal with Giuseppe Zanotti, and now, to the right, the specifics.
Until now, the label didn't have any commercial shoes, except for the ones they did for shows with a little factory. But moving forward, expect ballet shoes, loafers, lace-up sandals, and heels to hit stores for the resort season, running from the $300s up to $3,000, and hitting an average of $685.
Now that there's a whole Proenza Schouler accessories team, handbags are on the horizon, too, but as Lazaro Hernandez explained:
The entire market is so dense with bags and everything else, that until we [find] something original and specific to say, we [don't] want to say anything. We don't do anything unless we have something to say.