The two briefly discussed their entree into the fashion industry and the story of their first collection, which was immediately bought in full by Barney’s New York. Not a bad deal, boys.
McCollough then shared the story of a fortuitous run in with with Anna Wintour on an airplane before Proenza Schouler had made a name for themselves. Coaxed by his mother to go talk to her, he wrote a note on a napkin, begging for an internship at Vogue. Only two weeks later, he received a call from designer Michael Kors offering him an internship.
But the best part came when, in homage to the designers’ tie dye-heavy spring line, Martha gave the designer duo a DIY tie-dying lesson.