By  on September 16, 2010

Exactly a week before Proenza Schouler’s spring show, Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez are hard at work on the new collection. Actually, they would be working a lot harder if more than a few samples had come in from Italy. Last season felt young, so they’re going in a more polished, grown-up direction for spring. “The seed for every collection begins with our rejection of the previous collection,” says Hernandez, the talker of the two, though neither says much. “Like, we’re superbipolar and ADD that way.”

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