Maria Cornejo behind Zero + Maria Cornejo presents new pre-Fall 2015 collection of women's transitional garments. New pre-collection was inspired by her recent trip to Joshua Tree National Park. The colors and prints were inspired by the sands, rocks and blue sky. Cornejo is a smart and arty designer, who offers voluminous, structured and draped clothes in moss and lichen formations on rocks inspired prints. Everything looks modern, yet special and very sophisticated. I quite like the shape of outerwear, which is exaggerated and interesting. All in all, if you want to describe Maria Cornejo latest work, then it's a free-spirited wardrobe with urban-minded essentials.
Grey, wrap blanket wool blazer is worn atop "stone rose" print knee-length shirtdress styled with monochrome black and white booties.
Grey, wrap blanket wool sleeveless blazer is worn atop grey, silk shirt that is tucked in cool slim-fit trousers.
Navy leather jacket is worn atop relaxed sea blue colored dress and styled with brown, suede booties.
The navy cocoon shaped coat looks great with denim blue elastic cuff pants, suede booties and vintage look handbag.
Grey beige colored leather cocoon shaped jacket with a high collar looks pretty cool styled with elastic cuff wide black pants.
Cocoon shaped vest in grey beige color is worn atop black shirt that is paired with the same color skinny capris and suede booties.
Another exaggerated fit black casual vest is worn atop pale camel colored cocoon shaped coat.
That's a modern fit pale camel blazer with a stand-up collar that is teamed with black elastic cuff wide trousers.
Here we see an ivory-black striped hooded poncho with wide sleeves that is worn atop black trousers and paired with heeled booties in black and white colors.
Ivory-and-black-striped wrap blanket-tweed poncho is worn atop black shirt and teamed with a matching pencil skirt.
Ivory-and-black-striped wrap robe coat is worn atop dark navy tunic and the same color pants.