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Proenza Schouler

Spring 11

The look Ladylike twin sets with a girl-about-town edge contributed to a grown-up collection with longer hemlines and maturer silhouettes. Much of the collection incorporated tie-dye techniques.

Key pieces Jackets were key, and were deconstructed to create unconventional proportions. Matt tweed prevented the fabric looking twee on sleeveless dresses and twin sets. Slip dresses were given a directional twist with frill edges and bright green and orange shades.

Colours Pale lavender, pink and peach looked fresh and formed the palette for the bulk of the collection, while the lime green and orange shades livened up evening styles.

Commercial appeal One of New York Fashion Week’s star shows last season, Proenza Schouler delivered once again, offering quirky takes on traditional, well-loved silhouettes. The deconstructed twin sets and slip dresses stood out.

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