Island vibe combined with a bit of urban flair for the Proenza Schouler Spring/Summer 2022 collection which was set on outdoor waterfront, more precisely in Little Island, the park and amphitheater perched atop stilts in the Hudson River.
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For Proenza Schouler’s Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, their collection was about the freedom to travel and just to move. The clothes were made for it, with one foot in vacation mode and the other in the city. Think slightly-oversized pieces rendered in neutral tones; bright shades of lemony yellow, traffic-cone orange and acid pinks; floral and animal prints; and tropical vacation, Proenza Schouler-style, with simplified floral necklaces roped around model’s necks or dangled over bags.
With this series of effortlessly chic looks, their collection this season not only presented a harmonious duality between freedom and restriction, but that also spoke to the present-day.
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