Proenza Schouler launches Grateful Dead capsule collection
today Aug 3, 2018
Proenza Schouler has launched an eight-piece capsule collection in celebration of the rock band Grateful Dead.
The collection features elements of the band’s insignia, reimagined as a print. A stripped-down red thunderbolt in a black circle was created with licensing from Warner Music Group and features as an infinity print on a cream background.
The collection features both clothing and accessories. Amongst them are a number of handbags with the Grateful Dead design printed on leather and finished with silver hardware and a 1970s-style thick woven strap. Knitwear featuring the print is also included in the collection.
The collection is priced from €185 euro ($124) to €2,095 and is now available to purchase.
Proenza Schouler was founded in 2002 by the designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez. The brand's headquarters is located in New York.
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