Proenza Schouler comes up with 1930's trends in its latest Spring-Summer collection of women's ready to wear looks. Designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez offer us crop tops, loose trousers, cotton crepe jackets, coats embroidered with a dense silk pile, Eastern aesthetic–long tunics, cotton crepe pantsuits, branches and trees silhouette print silk crepe dresses. Designers were inspired by the furniture designers and artists—Sergio Rodrigues, Robert Ryman, and Piero Manzoni and late Sixties movement based on simplicity and nature. The color palette features earthy shades including navy, cream, yellow and clay. Proenza Schouler's woman loves traveling from New York to London to Tokyo and she knows how to stay cool and edgy.