NEW YORK (AP) — Proenza Schouler's designers, Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, say they're going back to basics as they re-establish their label in New York after a stint in Paris.

And where they once relied on the newest technologies to come up with groundbreaking fabrics, they're now focused on traditional materials and refining what their "New York woman" is.

For their latest collection, the duo says they were inspired by the late artist Sol LeWitt and his "incomplete cubes" to deconstruct familiar garments by removing pieces and moving them to unexpected places.

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