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Proenza Schouler

The look A mixed bag of African and Hawaiian influences with the occasional stripe.

Key pieces Proenza Schouler continued the trend for print and pattern with a collection littered with stripes that began as safari-inspired zebra prints and moved onto horizontal lines. Contrast was key, as prints sat next to block colours. Shirts and blouses were buttoned to the neck and worn with short shorts or A-line, high-shine skirts.

Colours 1970s-inspired floral patterns in orange, yellow and green mixed with earthy browns.

Commercial appeal Proenza Schouler’s collection seemed a little confused, as the duo’s choice of silhouettes, prints and fabrics leapt from one theme to another. The most directional looks were the zebra-print short suits, while the cutaway panels that exposed models’ backs had plenty of commercial clout.

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