Nocturnal Warriors at NYFW

McCollough and Hernandez mix the minimalist style of design with that of Arte Povera.

A new, striking minimalism has marched on Proenza Schouler runway. The brand of Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, fresh off of having the first ten candles of life, proposed during New York Fashion Week a collection spring / summer 2014 devoted to simple lines, basic and clean that draw inspiration from the most modern design and innovative. Wide pants fall straight on the legs of the models, short jackets, smooth and machined handles the mix bags clothes contemporary works to those of the so-called Arte Povera. This is the case of pleats and ruffles on dresses and skirts, and irregular surfaces of the tops that give movement to present outfits in classic neutral shades of white, black and pale yellow, with some hint of red.

Night super chic and female warriors

Although long all white and all-black clothes from dizzying necklines alternate with leaders from metallic prints, to prevail in this spring / summer 2014 collection is undoubtedly the minimalist style. McCollough and Hernandez playing with matter, quote and celebrate the art and design discovering the waist, creating cut cropped trousers that could be fooled into thinking at first that it is skirts. Everything is defined by the sober volumes and elegant present both on garments that on accessories such as the steel clutch with tassel patina. On the catwalk jackets, coats (even a fur coat!) And wonderful skirts with ruffles structured: dresses with low edges, not tight, chosen by Proenza Schouler designers to infuse an upbeat mood and happiness. Goal succeeded, thanks to the creation of sophisticated looks and refined; as the evening dresses, in which it is clear all the work and the attention of McCollough and Hernandez for details. Long evening dresses with metallic folds that mix the silver and gold, designed as if they have their own life; top in shades of copper and chrome shades make it look like the night warriors Models chic hyper and super feminine.

Even sought solutions for sandals with high heels blacks with a wooden sole that heavy parading on the catwalk and the thick rectangular clutch or tassel and fringe that accompany the models.

“The mood we wanted to make was to calm raffittp: //
Content-To thin fabrics and shades darker, a mix of technology and craftsmanship”, said McCollough and Hernandez. For their opposites not only attract, but complement each other in a defined collection understated domesticity .