Even with all of the collection’s easy shapes, split-level proportions and layering, Maria Cornejo managed to keep a light hand.
— February 16, 2016
The collection was Cornejo’s plea to “be present,” from a buy now, wear now perspective and a zen aesthetic.
— December 7, 2015
Maria Cornejo started with the "clean canvas" of custom fabrics and gave her spring lineup a graceful Japanese feel.
— September 15, 2015
Maria Cornejo updated her classic aesthetic for resort with fresh fabrics, colors and prints, as well as subtle new details and some changing lengths.
— June 10, 2015
The wonder of Maria Cornejo’s most impressive clothes lies in the grace with which she balances the eccentric with the classic — sometimes in a single look.
— February 17, 2015
Maria Cornejo divined her pre-fall creative juice from the desert, specifically Joshua Tree in California, where she squeezed in a half-day “inspiration trip.”
— December 12, 2014
For the most part, Maria Cornejo took a gentle approach to spring.
— September 9, 2014
The designer showed softly cut jumpsuits (“easy to wear without thinking about it,”she said), tunics and lots of geometrically cut dresses.
— June 3, 2014
There was a uniform quality to the lineup, urban tribal at first, then moving into something more stark and strict.
— February 10, 2014
The collection was designed with textural fabrics that can carry the clothes from summer through fall.
— December 9, 2013