While the world's eyes were on the closing ceremony of the Venice Film Festival, the fashion crowd was captivated by Proenza Schouler's Spring 2024 runway show on Park Avenue during New York Fashion Week. Designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez chose to continue down the path set by their previous season, concentrating on honing their own unique style rather than chasing fast-fashion trends.
The collection features fabrics exclusively with matte finishes, strings as belts, various sizes of mesh, and dresses and skirts that look almost "glass-like" in their translucency. It's a logical extension of what the design duo began last season, a show that was notably opened by Chloë Sevigny.
By avoiding the relentless pursuit of what's new and trending, McCollough and Hernandez have created a collection that epitomizes what their brand stands for: modern, bold, and unapologetically themselves. As the fashion world continually churns out new looks and ideas, Proenza Schouler stands as a testament to the power of a well-defined aesthetic. For those who appreciate fashion as a form of art, the latest collection is a must-see.