Proenza Schouler Ps1 Multicolor Pouchette Satchel This pebbled leather satchel by Lazaro and Jack, has the perfect textile detail in orange, grey, yellow, red and black. It has a fold-over flap with flip-lock and double strap closure, I'd carry it everyday for maximum exposure. Worn over the...

It seems Proenza Schouler's Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez are somewhat torn between luxury 'glamping' and communing with nature in the real, non-Vogue-endorsed sense. The designers were profiled in the New York Times this week at their rustic retreat in the Berkshires, the very same...

I adored the Proenza Schouler PS1 version but now I am in love with the new PS11 designed by Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCoullogh. I want it in my closet as soon as possible! It has a buckle-fastening detachable leather shoulder strap, stud and grill detail along front, a press-stud fastening...

Bay's The Room played host to a couple of fashions most desirable designers, enter Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, the duo behind the 2002 founded brand that has since won many awards like the Perry Ellis Award for New Talent, the Vogue Fashion Forward Award and the Womenswear Designer...

to the days when the name "Proenza Schouler" was just an obscure, burgeoning ready-to-wear label that belonged to a handsome pair of recent Parsons graduates. Nowadays, you can't walk a single block in New York without spotting a PS1 or count the brand's editorial credits and celebrity fans...

For the March issue of Interview magazine, Proenza Schouler design duo Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough are interviewed by Chloe Sevigny, who is a close friend of theirs. Accompanying the interview is a photo of the two designers, as well as photographs of model Kasia Struss who wears acid...

We're usually (and unabashedly) the Proenza Schouler boys' biggest fans, but their latest video starring Second Life avatars has us waffling. Four raven-haired girls dance ("dance") to the tune of Blank Banshee's "Cyber Zodiac" in a desert surrounded by waterfalls, while a purple dolphin and...

The Proenza Schouler boys are really good at the whole craft versus machine thing. You see it come through in their shoes for fall. Repping for craft is that focal weave, sometimes two tone. The tron like boot feels like it would fit into a present day making of some Sigourney Weaver sci-fi...

The Proenza Schouler boys like to toss around hefty inspirations — for fall it's mid-century American abstract expressionism — but ultimately their passion is fabric innovation. So while they replaced the primal, floor-length fringe of spring (and pre-fall) with a spontaneous, undone effect...

Proenza schouler boys are tired of long legs. This spring and summer series, they pursue more elegant and feminine girls, or at least it is the first impression that this joy show full of invention and creation gives to us. The first appearance of the shape is a chanel-style jacket with ivory...

 

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