I always await a Proenza Schouler show anxiously. I mean, isn’t everyone? In my book, they’ve long established themselves as some of the most creative designers in New York, maybe even in the world, and boy this collection only cemented that fact even harder. Dresses and tops were pulled away from the shoulder, delicately tied with ribbons that slid down the back, only solidifying fashions current obsession with the shoulder. It was however the dresses that made this collection the hit that it was. There were dresses pieced together with different shapes and colors of polkadots, almost painted onto the fabric, and gorgeous pieces made out of white and red feathers in a grid pattern that swayed lightly back and forth. My personal favorites were black, white, and red concoctions that were cut away at the shoulder and hip and trimmed in ruffles. They were elegant but still erogenous enough to make you double-take just to make sure you didn’t miss anything. The accessories were nothing to snuff at either, spotting what looks to be a new bag for the house that may just have the potential to be a new it bag. Check out images from the show after the jump.