Proenza Schouler Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Ready-to-Wear Collection presented at New York Fashion Week, was a youthful, crazy teen inspired with many goth items, leather, fur and lots of graphic prints. Find out next what makes this collection so fabulous.
27 Feb, 2010
The American fashion brand, Proenza Schouler, was founded in 2002 by designers Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough. Since that year, the two fashion designers came out in every season with different lines inspired mostly by New York street style.
As you can see, their collections are known for being very wearable but only a young woman with a strong attitude can pull off a crazy, fun and powerful Proenza Schouler design. The best thing about their creations, is that those clothes really speak for themselves and they only reproduce a woman's thoughts through fashion.
In the Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Ready-to-Wear Collection by Proenza Schouler, Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough recreate this year's trends, leather and fur, by mixing them in different styles with preppy items and manage to give a girlie touch to these strong pieces. Every single look from this collection represent a modern young lady to become.
The color theme used is diverse and goes from pure white to strong black, and where these two get mixed together it's accentuated the crazy abstract prints from these looks. To put a splash of color into this collection, the two designers go mostly for electric blue, dark green or light blue.
The main items that definitely catch our attention are abstract printed pants, short chunky sweaters, huge platform shoes, short boyfriend blazers, fur coats and cut out dresses.
In the end, the Proenza Schouler team formed from Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough made once again a great appearance at New York Fashion week, with another crazy, fun and youthful collection.