Luxury online retailer The Outnet announced the launch of an exclusive capsule with designer brand Proenza Schouler.
Proenza Schouler’s exclusive collection for THE OUTNET consists of 27 styles all constructed in signature, archive
fabrics and prints from previous collections but in a combination never seen before. Khaki green and pops of red
are paired with a more neutral colour palette to give an elevated, contemporary feel to the collection. Featuring
strong tailoring, structured dresses and laid-back printed tees, the capsule offers the perfect mix of seasonless,
relaxed pieces perfect for the current climate.
The New York based womenswear and accessories brand, which was founded in 2002 by designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, focuses on the artistry of fashion design with a sense of refined ease. The brand draws inspiration from contemporary art and youth culture and combines it with an emphasis on tailoring and the use of custom developed fabrics.
The exclusive collection is available at exclusive prices ranging from £150 to £695.
Having worked with Proenza Schouler for many years, we are really excited to bring this new, exclusive collection to our global audience as the brand is much loved by our customers around the world. Proenza Schouler is known for its combination of craftsmanship and attention to detail and this limited-edition capsule for THE OUTNET is no different. Featuring strong tailoring and structured dresses, mixed with more casual printed tees, we are able to offer our customer a variation of some of the brands bestselling shapes, but cut in new fabrics to create styles that have never been seen before. – Vikki Kavanagh, Interim Managing Director, THE OUTNET.
Many of the styles offered through this capsule are variations of some of our favorite or bestselling pieces from past seasons but cut in completely new fabrics to create styles that have never been seen before and are exclusive to THE OUTNET. Sustainability is something we have been focused on internally, and this has been an incredible exercise in using what we have to create something that feels fresh and new. – Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, Designers, Proenza Schouler.
For this capsule collection, Proenza Schouler focused on styles that had a seasonless quality to them — things that
felt easy and relaxed and would work well both in today’s socially-limited climate, and when the world begins to
reopen and normalize (which we hope is not too far in the distant future). These clothes work for our current work-
from-home culture, but it is just as important to give women the joy of dreaming of a day when we will all be able to
congregate and enjoy each other’s company once again.