Launching tomorrow (July 17) on Net-a-Porter, the collection consists of 23 pieces including dresses, skirts, tops, jackets, jewellery and shoes in a color palette of charcoal, black and grey.

Esteban Cortazar says: “The idea from the beginning was for the collection to be trans-seasonal and
work throughout the year, in different countries and climates globally, and for every piece to be versatile and translate easily from day to night. There are lots of sporty separates that are great for layering which can be transformed into different looks by removing some of the layers, changing the accessories, shoes or adding some of my jewelry to give everything a tougher or more sophisticated edge. This collection is very much an evolution from the first, and explores the dichotomy between the sensual gestures of the female form and lines and angles that frame the body. The use of razor blade cuts creates a subtle motion, evoking the elegant and graceful movements of a manta ray and the tranquillity and strength of Tadao Ando spaces which inspired this collection. It’s a reaction towards the madness and noise around us.”

As with his debut collection last year, Cortazar worked closely with Net-a-Porter’s Fashion Director, Holli Rogers, who offered the talented designer mentoring from a retail standpoint.

Here you have an exclusive view of the whole collection that will be available tomorrow online on Net-a-Porter. Click on "Read more" to see the whole collection.

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