Summary: Micheal Kors makes clothes real women want to wear. Period. Yes, some may say he plays it safe, but who cares? He is giving women what they want and who can fault that? In the program Kors spoke of "neo-classics," and on
the runway. There were clothes for the working woman to the weekend socialite and everything in between with a nod at times to the 80's as evidenced by his neon color palette on the more whimsical clothes. As usual, his tailoring was perfection. The move is brilliant. In this economy, why make a collection women will only want one or two items from? How wants your entire closet.
Color Palette: bright yellow, acid green, caution, orange, neon pink, beige, gumetal, charcoal, black
Fabrics & Textures: silk, wool, stretch-gabardine, knit, tweed, fox, leather, sequins, knit arm warmers
Key Kooks: black exagggerated shoulder dress, gunmetal one-shoulder matte sequin belted dress; black cut-ou cigarette pant suit, shredded fox coats in neon pink, orange and green
Photos: NY Mag