Proenza Schouler Sleeveless Fan-Print Tunic with Leather Ties

  • Sleeveless Fan-Print Tunic with Leather Ties
  • Sleeveless Fan-Print Tunic with Leather Ties
  • Sleeveless Fan-Print Tunic with Leather Ties
  • Sleeveless Fan-Print Tunic with Leather Ties

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Proenza SchoulerSleeveless Fan-Print Tunic with Leather Ties

$795.00

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Details
  • Proenza Schouler fan-print top.
  • V neckline with leather ties.
  • Sleeveless.
  • Easy fit.
  • Slipover style.
  • Viscose/spandex.
  • 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 Flat-Front Wide-Leg Cropped Culotte Pants

  • Flat-Front Wide-Leg Cropped Culotte Pants
  • Flat-Front Wide-Leg Cropped Culotte Pants

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Proenza SchoulerFlat-Front Wide-Leg Cropped Culotte Pants

$975.00

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Details
  • Proenza Schouler crepe pants.
  • Mid-rise; flat front.
  • Button-tabs at side.
  • Side slip pockets; back besom pockets.
  • Relaxed fit; wide legs.
  • Cropped at ankles.
  • Viscose/spandex.
  • Lining, cotton.
  • 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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