Issue 6 of Style.com/Print is out and has been steadily gathering pace. This morning the Fall 2014 print edition of arguably one of fashion’s most important digital destinations broke into an outright sprint with a feature on Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez of Proenza Schouler. For the feature, presented in three parts by Style.com guest contributor Maya Singer, Binx is pictured by photographer Roe Ethridge wearing two looks from the Fall 2014 Proenza Schouler collection styled by Marie Chaix. The first of the pair of looks coincides with precisely what Binx wore as her first look on the runway in February. Singer’s portrait of the celebrated designers behind Proenza Schouler is especially endearing for its wrestling with the duo’s Americanness, which is both evident and elusive upon closer examination. The label’s character is rooted in Vision Street Wear and Beverly Hills 90201 as much as it is the craft and technique of early Dior Jack and Lazaro gleaned from Irving Penn portraits as students at Parsons. The polyvalent nature of Proenza Schouler is always in service of the label’s aesthetic, one which Binx embodies so perfectly well.
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Credits include: Publication, Style.com/Print 06: Fall 2014; Title, “Burning Down the House”; Photography, Roe Ethridge; Styling, Marie Chaix.