An icon of comfort; the crepe sole wallaby spans generations as the quieted symbol of easy dressing. Proenza Schouler, known for modernly revised classics, deftly present a wallaby series of their own, matching in parallel their chunky-soled predecessors. The designer’s latest version in supple suede & hickory brown leather, suggest a considered alternative to standard oxfords & sneakers for everyday wear. The shoe’s unique silhouette calls to mind both voyages to Kogyoku, as well as utilitarian workwear. Adaptable by design, Proenza Schouler’s wallaby proves unequivocally practical in its particularity.
Staying true to my classroom aesthetic, these wide-leg silk pajama pants and flowy tank are probably not the best choices to combat my extreme case of senior-itis. However, they are the perfect choice for my personal comfort.
tank: Alexander Wang.
clutch: Proenza Schouler.
With cinnamon hues and a softened lens, German-born photographer, Lena C. Emery inspires an idyllic landscape of autumnal repose. Correlating this imagery to our latest fall offerings, a palette of felted grey & Shetland wool, sleepily blurs together. A chunky turtleneck finds camaraderie in a structured skirt, cut from a nubby wool tweed. As eyes awaken, larger prints appear. A classic windowpane check in flannel shirt & blanket scarf form create a layering of heritage. A bare leg with informal crew socks grounds the studious pattern with a nonchalant poise. The last addition to this conjured scene is easy as the rest, a wooly satchel constructs imagined space for all hibernal necessities.