What were the starting points for this collection?
We were looking at the Abstract Expressionists of the New York School. We were drawn to the work of Helen Frankenthaler specifically: her process often included thinning out paint and pouring it over canvas without really having any pre-conceived notions of what the outcome would be.
What technical processes were involved in the creation of your carwash slash fabric?
We wanted to work with natural materials, so a lot of shearling, wool, spotted calf and Mongolian lamb fur. We liked the idea of leaving things raw and undone.
How would the Proenza Schouler woman wear your super chunky knits?
We’re obsessed with knitwear these days, the idea of something slouchy but lean and covered up. It feels cool to us, sexy in a modern kind of way. We especially like the idea of wearing a knit over a pleated skirt – it gives the silhouette movement, freedom and ease.
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Once upon a time, when you wanted to work out it meant taking a serious style hit – but those days are over, thanks to the athleisure trend. So when you need to sweat it out (or just feel like relaxing your look), we've got activewear that will make exercising a lot more exciting.