New York-based fashion brand Proenza Schouler reveals an extension of its ready-to-wear collection with PSWL, an in-depth development of categories that places an emphasis on denim, T-shirts, sweatshirts and casual outerwear.
Modeled by Chloë Sevigny, the range is composed of everyday wardrobe staples and riffs on a set of references explored in past Proenza Schouler collections, such as early Powell Peralta videos to the graphic work of Guy de Cointet, from Harmony Korine’s Kids and the work of artist Dan Colen.
If you like what you see, there will be two deliveries for the first season of PSWL — one in November and the other in January 2018 at select retailers.
Prices range from $195 to $1,195 USD.
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- Photographer: Ricky Saiz