Proenza Schouler

Liv Tyler and Chloe Sevigny Get Poetic, ’90s Style, in a High Fashion Ad That Outdoes Itself

The back-to-the-'90s trend collides with today's hip fashion scene in "Legs Are Not Doors," a short film by Harley Weir touting Proenza Schouler's spring 2015 collection. Liv Tyler, Chloe Sevigny and a bunch of young models I'd never heard of before channel a Clinton-era artsy vibe as they wear cute clothes, giggle, drop egg yolks onto python-print shoes and wax pseudo-poetic. "I've always loved being a woman," says Tyler. "I've never wanted to be a man. But I definitely think it has its challenges." She's very pregnant, so I guess she means business. The clip embraces and transcends the cliches of the fashion genre with a retro tongue-in-cheekiness that elevates the proceedings to the level of self-conscious camp. In other words … sweet heels!

Is Harmony Korine’s New Ad Crazy Offensive, or Just Crazy?

Some people are on the warpath about Harmony Korine's new branded short film "Snowballs," backing Native American-inspired fall clothing from fashion line Proenza Schouler.