Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez celebrated their 10th anniversary heading design at Proenza Schouler this Spring/Summer 2013 Fashion Week, and to mark the occasion, the New York design duo decided to go back to essentials and honor the label's classics in their spring collection, including electric blue motifs with black zebra stripes, colorful python, woven leather, futurist shoes, punky handbags and touches of acid green that cropped up throughout the entire show. Metal rivets, A-line skirts, zippers and psychedelic prints were just a few of the New York brand's standard design codes immortalized this season with a soft 1960s reinterpretation. Skirt suits appeared in colorful leather patchwork and graphic motifs, and black crocheted tops were paired with glossy black leather skirts. Prints appeared as postcards sent from the forest, the sea, the beach and the city, and dresses had origami pleating in patchwork designs, resulting in wearable inspiration boards. The last look out was a dress printed with a crowd of people and sprinkled with fluorescent pink studs on the bodice, and metal rivets on the skirt. With the crowd of people and the vibrant stud and rivet confetti, the designers amped up the party vibe and set the mood to celebrate their florid Spring/Summer 2013 collection, and 10 years of divine creativity.
By Jennifer Neyt, translated by Quinn Connors
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