The American fashion house was established in 2002 by designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez
Lancôme has announced the release of its long-awaited collaboration with fashion house Proenza Schouler.
The brand, established by Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez in 2002, draws its inspiration from contemporary art and youth culture.
With a common interest to empower women, the collection is designed to inspire women to be creative and free-spirited.
McCollough and Hernandez said their range is, “strong, graphic, ultra-pigmented” and inspired by “colour, in all its power and glory.
“We immersed ourselves in work by painters like Ellsworth Kelly and Carmen Herrera with a distinctive and hard edged approach to colour and shape.”
The range features eight product ranges including eyeshadow palettes, lip products, nail polishes and mascaras (from £15).
All of the products are available now exclusively at John Lewis.