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Zero + Maria Cornejo Goes Back to Basics for Fall 2013

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Maria Cornejo wanted to strip things down for fall 2013. "Reflecting on the sense of over-communication inherent to the digital age, this is a collection that is all about paring down to what is essential," she wrote in the Zero + Maria Cornejo show notes. Essential is a strong word when you're referring to luxury fashion, of course, but the relatively streamlined collection makes a point. Straightforward silhouettes—pencil skirts, shell blouses, sheath dresses—are a departure from the draping and layers that have been all over the runway for the past several seasons. Take a look after the jump.

· All NYFW Fall 2013 coverage [Racked]