Expressive yellow stripes and a plunging surplice neckline and back give the 1950s-inspired silhouette of Proenza Schouler’s black dress a directional slant. It's crafted from softly draping crepe de Chine with waistline ruching, then finished with a flared skirt – a nod to the collection's exploration of modern sensuality.
Proenza Schouler was founded by designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez in New York. Their work is inspired by contemporary art and youth culture and is combined with an emphasis on tailoring and the use of custom developed fabrics. See them in publications like Vogue and Grazia.
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