Maria Cornejo photographs everything that catches her fancy, tweaks it and voilà — they’re prints on her runway. Those for fall included a silent-movie still, a moving escalator and her son’s reflection in a pool, all motifs that Cornejo used on easy tunics, long skirts and draped dresses. But it was the outerwear, much of it luxuriously layered, that stole the show: hand-knit waistcoats and blanket looks; beautiful cocoon and asymmetric jackets in jewel tones and gray alpaca, and shearling used on both sides for long coats and shrugs.

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