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A feminine sportswear aesthetic, neutral palette, and pockets were the mainstays of Maria Cornejo’s Fall/Winter 2014 vision. From that base she played with almost every variable: there was a series of structured jackets that ranged in texture from wool to leather-accented fur, and in silhouette from black and tan takes on the classic hoodie to strong-shouldered, cropped black jackets with tan linear patterns. Low-cut, silk printed shift dresses were color blocked in a cell-like pattern. Nails were matte white and paired with dark eye-makeup. Billowy, elastic cropped pants and strong collars firmly rooted the collection firmly in the trends of the season, but its understated color scheme—which transitioned from creamy tans and stark whites, to black, cerulean blue, and then back again—and seamless day-to-night transition speak volumes on their own.
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