Proenza Schouler One-Shoulder Jersey Handkerchief-Hem Midi Dress, Navy

  • One-Shoulder Jersey Handkerchief-Hem Midi Dress, Navy
  • One-Shoulder Jersey Handkerchief-Hem Midi Dress, Navy
  • One-Shoulder Jersey Handkerchief-Hem Midi Dress, Navy
  • One-Shoulder Jersey Handkerchief-Hem Midi Dress, Navy

Proenza SchoulerOne-Shoulder Jersey Handkerchief-Hem Midi Dress, Navy

$890.00

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Details
  • Proenza Schouler deconstructed dress in double-face jersey with unfinished, raw-edge details.
  • Distressed crew neckline.
  • Asymmetric, one-shoulder look.
  • Cap sleeve at right; sleeveless at left.
  • Dropped, angled waist.
  • Handkerchief hem.
  • Mdi length.
  • Pullover style.
  • Wool/cotton/nylon.
  • 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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Proenza Schouler Textured Leather Motorcycle Jacket, Black

  • Textured Leather Motorcycle Jacket, Black
  • Textured Leather Motorcycle Jacket, Black

Proenza SchoulerTextured Leather Motorcycle Jacket, Black

$2,950.00

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Details
  • Proenza Schouler motorcycle jacket in textured lambskin leather with silvertone hardware.
  • Diamond-quilted patches at shoulders and elbows.
  • Oversized notch collar; asymmetric zip front.
  • Long sleeves; zip cuffs.
  • Three front zip pockets.
  • Zips at back waist.
  • Fitted silhouette.
  • 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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