Incredible Show! The staging, the styling, the location, the attitude; the boys at Proenza Schouler have revealed the essential codes of the house in this collection. I can’t help thinking that they must be relatives of Nicolas Ghesquier because the design asthetics are definite references to modern-day Balenciaga. Great shapes, colours and textures – Good job!
This collection is one of my favorite in a long time. I love so much about it– especially the fact that it’s cutting-edge and hip while being feminine and beautiful at the same time. Your photos are particularly lovely. They exhibit the colors more strikingly than any others I’ve seen of the collection. Well done!!
This collection is beautiful!
It is edgy yet so chic. I especially love the coat in the second look in that fabric!
I love the bright orange… it’s good to see orange coming back. http://untrucoudeux.wordpress.com/
I just wanted to comment that I really appreciate you posting so many photos through such a busy period. Many of the bloggers I follow are too busy (which is understandable) but you have been posting even more if anything which is great for those of us who live far far away from all that action (Australia!). I love your work! Thank you.
What materials are P&S using? It looks like stiff plastic. Models usually don’t smile, but, in your photos, these seem distinctly uncomfortable. Some of those boxy shapes look like they have edges that’ll cut.
I’m guessing P&S were going for a patchwork of colors and textures, but the whole doesn’t gel.
someone should become a professional coach for teaching models how to carry their face. honestly, they should not look up (like fish in the tanks that have expired), or look down (like ants looking for trails), and least of all, they should not look straight ahead with a pissed off expression- it is an artistic turnoff to have a beautiful women, wearing an amazing outfit, with such air of standoffishness.