Proenza Schouler presented furious, modern and energetic fall 2014 show, which was full of abstract prints, sculpted silhouettes and exquisite modern fabrics. The inspiration point for this collection comes from installation of ceramist Ron Nagle's work at the Venice Biennale. When I saw the images from the runway show, I thought about energy, color, abstraction and something spontaneous. I love those graphic combinations of black paired with crimson, purple and orange. Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez behind the brand offer us tailored masculine coats, abstracted tiger-striped pants, big sweaters, sculpted jackets and coats with rounded shoulders, wool jacquard coat, cobalt blue crepe skirt suit, molded leather motocross jackets. The color palette comes in dark blue, burgundy, black, white, cobalt and orange. Love the way designers experiment with prints and silhouettes (those sculptural shapes are simply the best). The next season's looks are young, modern, and on-trend.