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Editorial

The Proenza Schouler duo have not lost their propensity for deconstruction but in this new winter collection they also experimented with oversize tailoring, playing with assemblies of materials that transformed garments into two or more almost-separate pieces. An overcoat was hybridised with a bleached denim jacket, a blazer with a biker jacket, a trench with incorporated sashes similar to a scarf. The oversize proportions of coats and suits, which had solid shoulders and loose, tapering trousers, were softened by being worn over bare skin with the addition of long, thin scarves attached to the collar. A closer-fitting silhouette came with the brand’s signature dresses in jersey with a sash detail under the bust or cheeky cut-outs at the armpits, or else in mesh and plissé.