The constant evolution of Proenza Schouler’s powerful collections is still on a high, this season presenting long, lean silhouettes of dresses to flared pants donned from lavish embroidery to falling flower prints and trimmings of tassles. Striped down and vibrant shades of marigold and cobalt stole the show.   The experimental juxtaposition of textured tassles seen in the tweed knit garments to the workmanship being the complicated draping of the falling flower asymmetric ruffle skirt, has of course worked.  Innovative designs have always been McCollough and Hernandez’s modu and this tweed story id no different. The tweet top featuring long flared sleeves, a crew neckline and black panels running across the centre front and tassels attached to the hem, sitting naturally at the waistline. Seen on Cherly Cole and Natasha Poly, the top has found its way into the homes of many style icons. As for the tweed skirt, continuing on the A-line look with a centre front split and continuing to boast about tassels at the hem. Rooney Mara, a long time fan of the bran has been spotted in this incredibly cut skirt.   Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez added a Southern western flavour this time allowing the garments to be more ‘everyday’ wearable. The shift dress is the epitome of an ‘everyday’ garment as well has wardrobe staples a tunic and basics, short and long sleeve t-shirt. The Shift A-line Dress seen in the colour way of black/cobalt and black/ecru, as been spotted on A-listers such as Alexa Chung, Margaret Zhang and Anna Ewers. The Tunic Top in falling flowers print, which also comes in black/cobalt, and black/ecru features a high neckline with large button closure, giving off a prairie style vibe. Kristen Stewart has been spotted on this Proenza Schouler creation. The work of layering and draping is evident through the Asymmetrical Ruffle Skirt, having a handkerchief hemline, paired up with the Tie back Turtleneck Knit will be the perfect head to toe Proenza Schouler look. Going back to basics the short and long sleeve t-shirt are a must, there’s no doubt about it. Seen on Gemma Keil.   Taking a turn away from garments donned in prints but staying true to long and lean silhouettes, the duo introduced the Sleeveless Turtleneck Top with Tie Back details, available in both off white and black. The black would assemble perfectly with the Tweed Knit skirt as for the off white, it would look perfect with the Asymmetrical Skirt in black/ecru.

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