Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough, the guys behind the label, debuted their first ever jean in a one season collaboration with J Brand jeans last night during Fashion Week.
"For fall 2010, we are exploring ideas closer to home," the designers said in a statement. "Urban elements are important as is the idea of uniforms. Denim fits the bill as the most ubiquitous item in most people's wardrobe. Proenza Schouler will for the first time, explore this classic element, never-the-less infusing it with the Proenza Schouler DNA."
That DNA takes the form of a black graphic-printed pair of jeans -- an exaggerated high-rise skinny style made of 11-ounce Japanese stretch denim. Once the jean is printed, it's hand painted all over to accentuate the texture and dimension.
The collection will be available in exclusive specialty stores mid-July.
And in more denim news, here's a look at some other newly-launched lines.