Fashion week this year is unlike anything we’ve seen before; the majority of shows (sans audiences) are beaming into computers by way of live streams and lookbook releases. And yet, Proenza Schouler still managed to make waves last week with their Fall 2021 collection release. After a recent signing with IMG Models, Ella Emhoff—Vice President Kamala Harris’s step daughter—had her coming out appearance in Proenza’s show. But the buzz was just as much about Emhoff’s appearance as it was the new, beautiful collection filled with earth-toned midi dresses and sleek-yet-wearable pantsuits. This week, Proenza returns with another exciting update, this time, with a new capsule collection that requires no wait time before taking covetable pieces home.
Today, luxury online retailer, The Outnet, partnered with Proenza Schouler on the launch of an exclusive capsule collection of 27 styles. Each piece is constructed from Proenza’s archive fabrics and prints from previous collections, but in new ways. “Many of the styles offered through this capsule are variations of some of our favorite or bestselling pieces from past seasons but cut in completely new fabrics to create styles that have never been seen before and are exclusive to The Outnet,” Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, designers of Proenza Schouler, say of the capsule. “Sustainability is something we have been focused on internally, and this has been an incredible exercise in using what we have to create something that feels fresh and new.” From structured dresses, to polished long-sleeve T-shirts, the collection is a perfect fit for the current times, while looking forward to life after re-emergence, too.
Below, shop our edit from the collection.
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