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.

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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