Proenza Schouler Spring 2012 | New York Fashion Week

proenza schouler Proenza Schouler Spring 2012 | New York Fashion Week

Proenza’s Strict SpringProenza Schouler designers Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough took their contemporary lady in a more button-up yet revealing direction for the spring 2012 season. The duo’s collection featured midriff baring cuts, 40s inspired silhouettes and a mix of stripe and floral prints. Strong shoulders paired with mussed hair and modest makeup told a story of a strength and femininity for the new season.

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  • H Defraine

    love the florals and the simple sillouettes impressive

    http://haideeandco.blogspot.com

  • Anonymous

    Somehow this collection doesn’t really capture me …

    XoXoPlamihttp://www.fashionthrill.com

  • Eagle

    Its worse than their previous collections. I don’t feelit at all

  • http://twitter.com/fairphantome Maírín

    I love most of the shapes, but I hate the prints. It is creative and
    innovative – as I expect from them – but it doesn’t appeal to me
    aesthetically.  Too much kitsch. I don’t even like the bags, and I
    usually lust after them.

  • http://twitter.com/fairphantome Maírín

    I love most of the shapes, but I hate the prints. It is creative and
    innovative – as I expect from them – but it doesn’t appeal to me
    aesthetically.  Too much kitsch. I don’t even like the bags, and I
    usually lust after them.

  • Kerenbat

    Prada tribute? 

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=604236240 Grace Doen En Ong

    The simple silhouettes are nice but I’m not sure I’m liking the combination of lime and zebra…? It’s a little too kitschy.