The working girl took to the runway for Proenza Schouler‘s Fall Winter 2014 collection. The masculine mood included rounded shoulders and voluminous, yet structured silhouettes with a balance of fitted bottoms and chunky pointed loafers. Known for their beautiful twist on pattern, Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez delivered a unique combination of prints in wood grain, memphis acid-splash, “shattered glass” and molten swirls.
Providing a range of outerwear, skirt suits, pants and separates, the duo offered casual options with fabric-blocked leather sweatshirts and short sleeved t-shirt dresses. With cobalt blue remaining a seasonal favorite, the color blended well against a palette of cool greens, purple hues, shades of red and high-shine metallics.