Proenza Schouler has unveiled its ’70s-style pre-fall 2014 line.
The fashion house, helmed by designers Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough, has created “relaxed organic” pieces for its latest range, with a play on fabrics.
Items in the collection include suede three-quarter-length orange trousers with a flared bottom, a black and white velvet and cotton jacquard coat and a cropped long-sleeved fur jacket.
There are also pieces that are more suitable for the evening, such as crisp white cotton trousers in the same shape as the orange pair and a gold, black and white stripped skirt and matching top.
Carolina Herrera has also debuted its new collection. Presented through a cocktail party, the fashion designer’s range featured plenty of floral prints and rich materials to give a luxurious feel.
One piece which stands out is a green, silver and black flower patterned dress with a prom-style skirt. More casual items were shown as well, such as a dark green jumper and grey and blue tweed trousers.
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“More and more, each season is starting with the textiles,” said design director Elizabeth Giardina. “It’s what really differentiates us at this price point.”
Using soft tones such as grey, white and pale yellow, the fashion house featured some stunning soft-shoulder suits, cotton blouses and edgy leather fringe dresses.
Some pieces oozed comfort, such as a baggy blue jumpsuit and an oversized white top. Chequered prints were also featured in the label’s designs, such as a grey and white midi skirt.
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