If F/W 2014/2015 collections were mostly in monochrome (like here and here for example), should we expect that from Proenza Schouler? Of course not. The brand is well known for their richness of colors, patterns and sculptural-near architectural design; and this collection was even more-very close to couture. Spongy jacquards in 3-D shapes and jackets with rounded shoulders paired with simple below-the knee skirts or narrow pants and low sole creepers-like shoes*.  Lazaro Hernandez e Jack McCollough as I mentioned, are always fabric-focused; this time they were inspired by an istalation of a sculptor Ron Nagle´s** work at Venice Biennale. Graphic mixtures of black with orange, turquoise, pink, orange and blush in patterns that reminds us the the Flintstones. A more than one step forward with this collection for the growing brand.

/ click on "Read more" or on the title of this post to see all photos with details from the collection /

/ Photos courtesy of Proenza Schouler /

* oooh Love them! My favorite black calf hair straps on black leather
** known for his acid-hued ceramics


  1. I love all photos, but I’m not so sure about the showed collection yet.

  2. I’m in love with this collection!!!!

  3. Actually in LOVE with number 2, number 3, number 5, number 6... heck all of them!!!

  4. The collection is divine! I love the coats and the dresses!