Proenza Schouler’s co-creative directors Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough were going through the midst of a creative mid-life crisis before coming to the realization that people want to be themselves. And with people wanting to be themselves they want to look, feel, and dress like themselves. Thus why Hernandez explained to Vogue ” We want the clothes to be fashion, but also to be more real,” Hernandez said. “That’s what feels right in the world today. It’s kind of a cliché, but it’s gotta be real.” The Proneza Schouler Spring 2019 Ready-To-Wear collection is if anything real and because of that it is one of our favorites of the season as it doesnt try to be anything more that it should be.