Proenza Schouler turns on the waterworks at NY Fashion Week
The impressive Beaux-Arts building that used to be a bank in the early 1900s, where Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough
, the designers of Proenza Schouler, showed a collection that they said was a mix of their personal histories.
The impressive Beaux-Arts building from the early 20th century where Proenza Schouler showed its latest collection at New York Fashion Week
had marble walls with waterfalls running down them. To make things clearer, the water wasn't really wet. Instead, it was shown in video
installations. Still, the calming waterfalls gave the clothes on Friday's runway show a strong mood, especially the ruffles that cascaded down
the backs of some dresses or "dripped" down long sleeves. In the Hall des Lumières exhibition space, which was in the old Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank Building
an early example of a Beaux-Arts building in New York, designers Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCullough showed a collection that they said was a mix