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Zero + Maria Cornejo Goes for Structure This Spring

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The big story from Zero + Maria Cornejo this season is the move from the designer's signature drapey, asymmetrical pieces to a more structured line. The show notes say the collection, which was named "Future Primitive, is "about looking towards the future, but with a nod to the past." The most out-there garments were vests, blazers, and jackets in a neoprene-like material, which paired with softer silhouettes in solids and and digital prints. But if it sounds sporty in a '90s kind of way, it wasn't: Cornejo is all about chic ease, not retro trendiness, and everything she sent down the runway was as elegantly modern as you'd hope. See it all after the jump.

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