Proenza Schouler | Fall Winter 2024 Collection

The duality of discretion and privacy versus candor and display

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Nick Hsu

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In an exquisitely curated blend of tactile luxury and pragmatic elegance, Proenza Schouler's Fall/Winter Collection marries the robust warmth of hand-sheared shearling, leather, and double-faced cashmere with the comforting embrace of knitwear and jersey. Unveiled on February 10th in New York, the collection artfully juxtaposes the realms of privacy with bold displays of transparency, as envisioned by designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez.

The collection crafts a silhouette of sensuality and strength, with body-hugging layers and statuesque lines. Silk organza and technical lace add layers of intrigue, further elevated by denim's evolving role with new washes and patterns that reflect life's intricate paths and confirms its important space in women’s everyday wardrobe. Complementing the apparel is the range of accessories and footwear—from the debut of the Silo Bag to the grounded design of shoes—melds minimalism with luxury, encapsulating a modern vision of femininity defined by grace and resilience.

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Proenza Schouler, FW24 Collection, New York, Minimalism, Jack McCollough, Lazaro Hernandez, Nick Hsu