Proenza Schouler's fashion show seemed appropriate with the amount of the snow that was about to be dumped on the Northeast.
Models came out with layers, coats and the ever evolving prints that the Parson's graduates are best known for doing. After a few models, it started to look like Jackson Pollock, himself, had painted all over the runway.
Structured jackets with calf length skirts added a sophisticated touch to the cool downtown look that the boys have created in the past.
Along with the trend that has been happening over the past week, oxfords were added to the outfits.
The clutches looked like an evolution from the lunch bag with the opening completely covered in fur and available for pre-order on their website immediately following the show!
Animal prints such as giraffe and zebra were printed on skirts and tops with a sophisticated twist. And the now infamous crop top with skirt ensemble made an appearance.
With 12 years under their belt, they've matured into designers that can certainly hold their own.