By now, Maria Cornejo has become synonymous with an asymmetric, draped and voluminous silhouette. But this season the designer offered a fresh point of view, introducing symmetry, structure and cleaner, more body-conscious lines — all to great effect. Even with this evolution, Cornejo continued to weave technology, nature and the handmade into her clothes (macramé pieces were crafted in Bolivia). She sculpted cropped jackets and vests from bonded jersey that resembled neoprene and paired them with draped pants and skirts. The series of bold digital photo prints added texture and depth to the neutral palette of navy, bright blue, gray and white.

By now, Maria Cornejo has become synonymous with an asymmetric, draped and voluminous silhouette. But this season the designer offered a fresh point of view, introducing symmetry, structure and cleaner, more body-conscious lines — all to great effect. Even with this evolution, Cornejo continued to weave technology, nature and the handmade into her clothes (macramé pieces were crafted in Bolivia). She sculpted cropped jackets and vests from bonded jersey that resembled neoprene and paired them with draped pants and skirts. The series of bold digital photo prints added texture and depth to the neutral palette of navy, bright blue, gray and white.

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