Jan 17, 2018 | By Samuel Trotman
Three seasons ago designer Maria Cornejo began introducing a few men’s looks into her women’s collection. S/S 10 was the strongest statement yet, with beautiful pieces that put fabric and shape at the forefront. The restrained palette of black and navy let the fabrics and silhouettes speak for themselves. Lustrous cotton sateen shirts played nicely with cropped, loose-fitting pants. Mesh paneled knits and strapped espadrilles (designed by Eileen Shields) expressed just the right amount of androgyny without being over the top. We can only hope that this subtle yet influential collection continues to grow next season.
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