The Proenza Schouler Resort 2021 collection features a clean, minimalist palette that nods towards Spring.
Over the years, designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez have amassed an archive of fabrics and created parts of this pre-spring offering out of those materials.
“It’s not a patchwork vibe, but it’s fabrics we’ve done before, and it’s been game changing,” said Hernandez. They’re also introducing a core offering with this collection that won’t be subject to markdowns, and hope to expand it to up to 30% of their business. “It’s relevant now, but it’s not going to be irrelevant six months from now,” Hernandez continued. “It’s a black sweater, wool suitings, nylon gabardines. So it’s sustainable also in that regard.”
The palette is warm, and the smocking details feel crafty, almost homespun even on leather. There is an emphasis on easy-wearing knits, all counterbalanced by minimal, ’90s-ish tailoring. It feels intentional that the first look pairs a simple black button-down work shirt with black belted high-waisted flares—a symbolic clean slate.
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