Accessories Highlight: Proenza Schouler

2 21 2012

Proenza Schouler handbags

We love nothing more than a bold bag to perk up our drab winter wardrobe, and nothing packs a punch like Bright Red, Citron or neon colorblocks dangling from our shoulders (particularly on soggy, groggy days).  Well watch out Fashion City: the PS1 from Proenza Schouler has arrived online and we couldn’t be more jazzed. When they first landed on our Main Floor last winter, we wanted nothing more than to be able to share the PS-love with BG.com… and now the time has come. 

With a distinctly downtown edge, the PS1 is where rugged sophistication and utility converge.  Available in a variety of sizes ranging from the roomy PS1 Large Satchel to the more structured Keep-All Bag or even the ever-so-chic iPad Case (which, we’ve discovered, also can double-duty as a very sleek clutch) featuring their signature front flap and front detail, the PS1 bags are the perfect day-to-day, cat-about-the-City bag.  You needn’t a reminder of how convenient a messenger strap is, nor do you need to be told how grand it is to sling a bag over your shoulder and forget that it’s there… instead, let’s turn our attention to the sometimes forgotten details, like that most bags are colored with organic vegetable dye, giving them a unique, worn-over-time quality.  Speaking of color, the colors this Spring are attuned to what we’re seeing crop up in ready-to-wear: electric.  Think citron and neon red in glossy python, think linen and printed python echoing Jack & Lazaro’s thumping Spring ready-to-wear collection (another item to note: select styles of Proenza Schouler shoes also are available online and in our shoe salon).  And, if runway is on your mind, stay tuned for what’s soon arriving on our Main Floor (we can’t reveal too much but we can confirm that duffles, camera bags and stingray clutches will find themselves in the mix).  Scroll down to see what’s online or call 212 872 2601 for details about what’s in-store.

PS 1 Medium Satchel, 212 872 2601PS1 Medium Satchel in Citron, 212 872 2601

PS1 212 872 2583

PS1 Leather Shoulder Pouch in Smoke, 212 872 2601

PS1 Medium Leather Satchel in Navy, 212 872 2601PS Medium Satchel in Navy, 212 872 2601

PS1 Linen/Python Keep-All Bag, 212 872 2601PS1 Linen/Python Keep-All Bag, 212 872 2601

PS1 Medium Satchel in Bright Red, 212 872 2601PS 1 Medium Satchel in Bright Red, 212 872 2601

PS1 Python Pouchette in Citron, 212 872 2601PS1 Python Pouchette in Citron, 212 872 2601

 PS1 Large Satchel in White, 212 872 2601
PS1 Large Satchel in White, 212 872 2601

PS1 Leather Shoulder Pouch in Bright Red, 212 872 2601PS1 Leather Shoulder Pouch in Bright Red, 212 872 2601

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More Colors & Styles available on BG.com

 

 Runway arriving soon to the Main Floor:

PS Duffle Bag in Patent Leather, 212 872 2601 Proenza Schouler Raffia Clutch, 212 872 2601 Proenza Schouler Duffle Bag in Black/White, 212 872 2601

1. Duffle Bag in Patent Leather, 212 872 2601
2. Tiki Clutch in Raffia, 212 872 2601
3. Duffle Bag in Black/White, 212 872 2601

Complete the Look:

Proenza Schouler Floral-Print Dress Proenza Schouler Striped-Wedge SandalKelly Wearstler Numa Silk Dress

PROENZA SCHOULER Floral-Print Dress, 212 872 8747
PROENZA SCHOULER Striped Wedge Sandal, 212 872 8947
KELLY WEARSTLER Numa Silk Dress, 212 872 2843

Pierre Balmain Reversible Paisley-Print Jacket, Sheer Blouse, Stretch-Denim Skirt & Skinny Belt Carven One-Shoulder Jacquard Dress McQ Alexander McQueen Rockabilly Printed Top & Pleated Leather Skirt

PIERRE BALMAIN Paisley-Printed Jacket & Shirt, Stretch Denim Skirt, 212 872 2843
CARVEN One-Shoulder Jacquard Dress, 212 872 2843
MCQ Rockabilly Printed Top & Leather Skirt, 212 872 2843

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 About Proenza Schouler:
Lazaro Hernandez, who worked at Michael Kors, and Jack McCullough, who worked at Marc Jacobs, met at Parsons School of Design. They collaborated on a senior project that became enormously successful, and in 2002 they launched Proenza Schouler (a combination of their mothers’ maiden names). The duo was immediately lauded by fashion’s highest critics for their design prowess, fresh approach to modern luxury, and technical sophistication.

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