Maria Grachvogel’s fall show opened on a rather bland note, with her signature draped crepe pieces — such as loose blouses, trousers and jumpsuits — done in matte earthy tones of mustard yellow, taupe and blue. While a few nature-inspired prints and some vaguely Asian wrapping and folding techniques jazzed things up, the collection lacked a distinctive jolt.

Maria Grachvogel’s fall show opened on a rather bland note, with her signature draped crepe pieces — such as loose blouses, trousers and jumpsuits — done in matte earthy tones of mustard yellow, taupe and blue. While a few nature-inspired prints and some vaguely Asian wrapping and folding techniques jazzed things up, the collection lacked a distinctive jolt.

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