Hooked: Proenza Schouler

Sometimes it takes a village. In fashion, sometimes it takes a tribe. Proenza Schouler’s new Mochila wallets and satchels, like the duo’s classic PS1 bag of the same name, are modeled after the traditional Mochila woven technique of the Wayuu tribeswomen of Colombia. Not only modeled after, but made by. The South American craftswomen spend up to forty hours creating each cross-body satchel ($225, available in turquoise, red or gray) and a bit less on the wallets ($145, same colors). Available exclusively at ProenzaSchouler.com.

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