There's no denying that fashion mecca Barneys New York and purveyors of cool Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez of Proenza Schouler are an unbeatable team. It was love at first sight when Barneys bought up the duo's senior-thesis collection at Parsons, and the relationship has been going strong ever since.
Coinciding with Barneys' recent launch of "Proenza Schouler: First Collection," featuring some of their first-ever pieces, McCollough and Hernandez have collaborated with Barneys Creative Director Dennis Freedman on a breathtaking new window installation. Inspired by the idea of experiments, the displays combine surprising technology, abstract visual art, and, of course, stunning pieces by McCollough and Hernandez. This is certainly not the first time we've wondered where the creative genius of the Proenza team stems from, and we highly doubt it will be the last.