Proenza Schouler Belted Virgin Wool Carrot Pants, Charcoal

  • Belted Virgin Wool Carrot Pants, Charcoal
  • Belted Virgin Wool Carrot Pants, Charcoal
  • Belted Virgin Wool Carrot Pants, Charcoal
  • Belted Virgin Wool Carrot Pants, Charcoal
  • Belted Virgin Wool Carrot Pants, Charcoal

Proenza SchoulerBelted Virgin Wool Carrot Pants, Charcoal

$1,250.00

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Details
  • Proenza Schouler carrot pants in lightweight mélange virgin wool suiting fabric.
  • Lighter contrast back panel.
  • Side slip pockets; contrast back patch pockets.
  • High rise; sits above the natural waist.
  • Long adjustable buckle belt.
  • Single-pleat front.
  • Tapered leg.
  • Exposed zipper detail at right.
  • Button/zip front; belt loops.
  • Virgin wool/spandex.
  • Made in Italy.
Designer
About Proenza Schouler:
Lazaro Hernandez, who worked at Michael Kors, and Jack McCollough, who worked at Marc Jacobs, met at Parsons School of Design. They collaborated on a senior project that became enormously successful, and in 2002 they launched Proenza Schouler (a combination of their mothers' maiden names). The duo was immediately lauded by fashion's highest critics for their design prowess, fresh approach to modern luxury, and technical sophistication.

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Proenza Schouler Wool Double-Breasted Sweater Coat, Blush

  • Wool Double-Breasted Sweater Coat, Blush
  • Wool Double-Breasted Sweater Coat, Blush

Proenza SchoulerWool Double-Breasted Sweater Coat, Blush

$1,490.00

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Details
  • Proenza Schouler knit sweater coat with ribbed trim.
  • Round, collarless neckline; layered double-breasted button front.
  • Dropped shoulders.
  • Long sleeves.
  • Front patch pockets.
  • Oversized silhouette.
  • Hem falls past knees.
  • Wool.
  • Imported.
Designer
About Proenza Schouler:
Lazaro Hernandez, who worked at Michael Kors, and Jack McCollough, who worked at Marc Jacobs, met at Parsons School of Design. They collaborated on a senior project that became enormously successful, and in 2002 they launched Proenza Schouler (a combination of their mothers' maiden names). The duo was immediately lauded by fashion's highest critics for their design prowess, fresh approach to modern luxury, and technical sophistication.

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