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Proenza Schouler designs an exclusive collection for NET-A-PORTER.com

Helen Lee April 29, 2013 1

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Net-A-Porter.com is undoubtedly the world’s premier luxury fashion destination, stocking some of the most hard-to-get fashion brands from around the world. They are known for collaborating with various fashion designers and their latest is one of our favourites, Proenza Schouler. Known for their particular brand of New York-cool, the design duo behind the popular American brand have managed to knock it out of the park with every collection.

The Proenza Schouler for Net-A-Porter.com collection comprises of 9 pieces including a mini dress and skirt, a jacket, sweater and shorts and is available to purchase now by customers around the world.

Holli Rogers, Fashion Director, NET-A-PORTER says: “Jack and Lazaro’s designs are loved by our customers around the world. We are so excited about this collection which is everything you would expect from Proenza Schouler – slick, cool and covetable, with a buy and wear now sensibility. We are thrilled they have chosen to partner with NET-A-PORTER for their first foray into designing a limited-edition capsule.”

Proenza Schouler designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez say: “The collection was based on some of our favorite pieces from past pre-spring collections and riff on the idea of surf-inspired classics like the board short and the Baja pullover, but reinterpreted in luxe fabrics like leather and custom tweeds. NET-A-PORTER was one of the first stores to carry Proenza Schouler online, so we wanted to do something special to celebrate their continued support over the years.”

Our top pick? The printed twill jacket that will dress up a LBD, a jeans & tshirt look or make a great print on print look.

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One Comment »

  1. Lelde May 6, 2013 at 4:01 am -

    The colors looks fabulous! Have seen some on Stylewhile dot com as well.

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