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Your First Look at Proenza Schouler’s Spring 2020 Bags

Is Proenza's next big hit among these bags?

I think it would be a fair assessment to say that Proenza Schouler is a brand looking forward to its next big bag hit. Accessory wise, designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez earned their stripes with the massive successes of both the PS1 and PS11 lines. These designs have cemented Proenza Schouler’s place in the handbag world, with both bags increasing both the brand’s presence and power in the market. The powerhouse duo behind the brand has continued to produce new designs, though hits like the PS1 and the PS11 are hard to top. However, Proenza’s Spring 2020 bags prove that the pair’s next big bag hit may be among them.

Seen first for Resort 2020 (the bags are already available for pre-order), Proenza has introduced an interesting new family of bags. Called the Buckle Bags, the group features both a mini cross body bag as well as a square shaped shoulder bag that is larger and more wearable. Both bags feature a belt like buckle detailing, with bold hardware (so very Proenza). For Spring 2020, the designers delve further into this collection, offering new leather versions such as a crinkled leather finish as well as a tie-dye finish. The collection also featured a couple of other shapes, including a notably large tote bag. View all of the bags below.

[images via Vogue Runway]

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MademoiselleConnasse
MademoiselleConnasse
4 years ago

Most of these bags look awful.

Tori
Tori
4 years ago

Oh, thank goodness! I thought the same, but was afraid that when I got to the comments everyone would be praising them, to my horror! 🙂

sev2108
sev2108
4 years ago

Agree. And the opposite of functional.

AshleyG
AshleyG
4 years ago

Nobody:
Model in last pic: Oh my bag has two straps; I’ll carry it like a clutch.

Lori
Lori
4 years ago

Like some of the bag shapes and colors, the belt thingy, not so much.

Rosa Lily
Rosa Lily
4 years ago

Just ugh.

Gabi
Gabi
4 years ago

Cool. Love it.

Vicky
Vicky
4 years ago

They’re trying to hard especially the Boyy and Hammock look alike.

Aliza Zibkoff
Aliza Zibkoff
4 years ago

Not sure how functional these bags are but the pattern making, construction and shapes are very interesting. Not sure what to think of the sandal on the flap idea but I definitely like to get a closer look at construction of these styles.

Micc Tan
Micc Tan
4 years ago

Noooo.

Suzanne
Suzanne
4 years ago

Unfortunately nothing good here. Guess I will continue to just enjoy my PS1s and PS11s, which is fine by me.