Proenza Schouler Fall 2011

Arek Saturday, July 30, 2011

Proenza Schouler Fall 2011 
Instead of relying on a mill to provide equipment to meet their Indian-inspired, Proenza Schouler has created Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez all the impressions of their own.
 Has given them freedom - as they took full advantage of - to explore all sorts of technical stuff that they might think. The result was fantastic.
Read more: New York Fashion Week Spring 2011 show - Best parade Fall 2011 - Harper's Bazaar

The color palette was muted and earthy, with mustard yellow, burnt orange, deep red and rich tones cold worked in appearance-based ready-to-wear: trousers, jackets, blouses and dresses with straps, pencil skirts is not so strict. But here, "base" has ended. Jackets and coats were tailored but loose, asymmetrical, and offers lower halves (sometimes hairy, sometimes a knit print) that can be unzipped to a completely different look. A native of the duo appeared on the fresh print slouchy trousers that ran cool.

Read more: New York Fashion Week Looks Fall 2011 - Runway Looks Best Fall 2011 - Harpers Bazaar

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