After presenting a high-caliber 20th-anniversary runway in February, which saw ChloÃ« Sevigny step out in a much-talked-about, strongly-tailored blazer for the opening look, Proenza Schouler has returned with a Resort 2024 collection centered on its sharply-cut wardrobe staples.
Across the board, suiting cites influences in workwear; outerwear bids on statements; essentials make for ideal layers, and party attire opts for glamour. Championing upscale New York sportswear, designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez turned polished ensembles into everyday wares, with versatility at the lineâ€™s fore.
Three-piece suits feature high-waisted pants, blazers and well-tailored tops, finding harmony in unison but also power as standalone pieces. Toying the line of traditional masculine and feminine style tropes, a lengthier blazer appears draped over a six-panel pleated skirt, while button-up shirts loan mÃ©lange wool from neighboring jackets with open backs.
Dresses appeared draped over white shirts and turtlenecks, both of which prove to be mainstay underlayers throughout the range. T-shirts don asymmetrical constructions, with one sleeve longer than the other, and puffed-up black nylon bombers embrace utilitarian design codes, with enlarged side pockets and shearling collars. Jersey gowns and skirts place an emphasis on the human form, while sequin-embroidered tops remind onlookers of the brandâ€™s elegance.
In all, the collection is ready to take on a multitude of occasions while never straying from what the brandâ€™s refined clientele has come to love and expect. Peruse Proenza Schoulerâ€™s Resort 2024 collection in the gallery above.
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