Proenza Schouler Goes ’60s Future Chic For Fall 2013

Looks from the Proenza Schouler fall 2013 New York Fashion Week show on Feb. 13.
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Every season when Proenza Schouler’s show rolls around, we always get pumped to see Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez’s astounding asymmetrical pieces, and this year was no different. They decided to do the total opposite to the bold and bright pieces they showed for spring 2013 by completely sucking ALL the color out of their fall 2013 line. The models were sent down the runway in super unsaturated hues of light blue, mint green and pink tossed in with tons of crisp white and solid black. We loved how they combined a ’60s silhouette of broad, round-shouldered jackets with futuristic fabrics. Some of our favorite looks from the collection included a new take on the traditional wrap dress, which left part of the shoulder peeking through the top of the frock.

Another look we loved was their matching oversized light blue and black colorblocked jacket and pants ensemble, which provided a fresh silhouette for 2013. But, a Proenza Schouler show wouldn’t be complete without at least SOME asymmetrical peplum happening, which we peeped on their mixed graphic print sweater and pencil skirt ensemble. For the accessories, we noticed tons of ornate oversized clutches and lots of (actually wearable!) laser cut-out pointy toed heels, and for their beauty game, they went for fresh-faced, barely-there makeup with unkempt pseudo-wavy strands. Overall, we can get behind this Audrey Hepburn-meets-the-future look, but what do you think? Let us know in the comments below!

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