Proenza Schouler’s new capsule collection has sustainability at its heart, reimagining favoured signatures, archive fabrics and prints from the House’s previous collections
New York-based womenswear and accessories brand Proenza Schouler has always been known for its artistic collections that come infused with a sense of refined ease, with designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez dressing the downtown cool girl for over a decade. Now, the duo is also pioneering sustainability in the industry with an all-new capsule collection constructed in signature, archive fabrics and prints from previous collections.
“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,” McCollough and Hernandez tell MOJEH. “Many of the styles offered through this capsule are variations of some of our favourite or best-selling pieces from past seasons, but cut in completely new fabrics to create styles that have never been seen before.”
Exclusive to The Outnet, the 27-piece collection comprises everything from tailored two-piece suits, dresses, simple tees and accessories, with khaki green and pops of red paired with a more neutral palette to give an elevated, contemporary feel. “The Outnet has been an amazing avenue for us to repurpose deadstock fabrics we may have left over after a production run, and upcycle them in new and interesting ways,” the designers conclude. This is one collection we can definitely get behind. Available at The Outnet.