Proenza Schouler's Pre-Fall Micro Minis By Way Of Japanese Tie-Dye and Holden Caulfield

Proenza Schouler's Pre-Fall Micro Minis By Way Of Japanese Tie-Dye and Holden Caulfield

"We're still feeling short (lengths)," Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough told Mark Holgate of their Proenza Schouler pre-fall collection, which had tweed and leather skirts hitting miles above the knee. Influenced by "The Catcher in the Rye," and a Japanese fabric dying technique called shibori, the collection is appropriately techno-tie-dye-meets-collegitate-prep with a very appealing economical twist—almost 25 pieces will be available below typical Proenza retail prices, some even under $500.

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