Michael Kors Capsule Inspired by New York Street Art in the Eighties

Diana Bell-Heather   |   10 - 07 - 2018


Michael Kors has unveiled a limited edition capsule collection inspired by New York street art in the Eighties.


The bold #MKGO Graffiti print puts a graphic spin on jackets, shoes and bags giving them an artistic retro vibe. To celebrate the launch, Kors teamed up with style arbiter Candy Pratts Price on a special window display at Rockefeller Center in New York.



Featuring a floor-to-ceiling screen print of the designer in his aviators, rotating mannequins wear the graffiti product while snapping selfies of themselves in front of the backdrop. In a nod to the no-rules mood of the era, Pratts Price enlisted renowned hair stylist Christiaan to create the incredible hair sculptures seen on the mannequins. In a few days time, the windows will be on display on Regent Street in London and will then travel to Milan, Singapore, Shanghai and Japan.



To celebrate the window collaboration, the brand will be releasing a special video with Michael Kors and Candy Pratts Price on July 11 and the collection is available across stores in the Middle East.


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