Proenza Schouler may be a goop-shop newcomer, but New York designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez are hardly new to the game. And if you haven’t heard the story, it goes something like this: two friends met at Parsons Design School and collaborated on a final thesis—a collection that would soon become Proenza Schoulder’s first. Named after their mothers, Proenza Schouler’s cult-classic accessories may have first gotten them on the map, but it’s the approachable ready-to-wear, done in muted palettes with pops of graphic prints inspired by contemporary art, that keep the PS fans coming back for more.

Proenza Schouler

Proenza Schouler may be a goop-shop newcomer, but New York designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez are hardly new to the game. And if you haven’t heard the story, it goes something like this: two friends met at Parsons Design School and collaborated on a final thesis—a collection that would soon become Proenza Schoulder’s first. Named after their mothers, Proenza Schouler’s cult-classic accessories may have first gotten them on the map, but it’s the approachable ready-to-wear, done in muted palettes with pops of graphic prints inspired by contemporary art, that keep the PS fans coming back for more.

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Proenza Schouler may be a goop-shop newcomer, but New York designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez are hardly new to the game. And if you haven’t heard the story, it goes something like this: two friends met at Parsons Design School and collaborated on a final thesis—a collection that would soon become Proenza Schoulder’s first. Named after their mothers, Proenza Schouler’s cult-classic accessories may have first gotten them on the map, but it’s the approachable ready-to-wear, done in muted palettes with pops of graphic prints inspired by contemporary art, that keep the PS fans coming back for more.

Proenza Schouler

Proenza Schouler may be a goop-shop newcomer, but New York designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez are hardly new to the game. And if you haven’t heard the story, it goes something like this: two friends met at Parsons Design School and collaborated on a final thesis—a collection that would soon become Proenza Schoulder’s first. Named after their mothers, Proenza Schouler’s cult-classic accessories may have first gotten them on the map, but it’s the approachable ready-to-wear, done in muted palettes with pops of graphic prints inspired by contemporary art, that keep the PS fans coming back for more.

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Proenza Schouler Lug-Sole Platform Lace-Up BootsProenza Schouler Lug-Sole Platform Lace-Up Boots
Proenza SchoulerLug-Sole Platform Lace-Up Boots
$950.00
The topstitching is a nice detail—subtly tonal up top, bright white on the sole.