Saturday, November 1, 2014   

(NY Fashion Week) Michael Kors – refined and relaxed
(02-13 18:25)

Michael Kors' fall collection was inspired by the left coast, and it was hard not to think that the Mamas and the Papas, featured on the soundtrack, were absolutely right when they sang: “I'd be safe and warm if I was in LA.''
But alas, all the guests at the show in New York, were bundled up for winter.
And they had the clothes to look at: Big, soft sweaters of every kind, and lots of wool, cashmere, alpaca, shearling, mohair, flannel and fur.
In a pre-show interview, Kors described his collection as “a hybrid _ a little bit of the kind of easiness that you find in northern California in places like Big Sur where you just kind of ... unplug, mixed with something that's very polished and urbane and very big city.''
Kors said he was designing for active, every day wear rather than special occasions. “You know nothing bothers me more than someone buying something magnificent and someone wearing it once,'' he said. –AP

   
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