New York Fashion Week: Michael Kors FW18

Dana Mortada   |   15 - 02 - 2018

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Michael Kors celebrates the lovey dovey holiday with a lively show dedicated to the joy in dressing with a essentials and go-to items for his beloved customers.

 

The show opened with a feminine floral dress topped with a tartan cape and boots in leopard print. Famous for not playing by book, Kors gave us a bit of everything, ranging from plaids to slip dresses, camel leather trench coats and silk pyjamas. Men were also dressed in a similar theme, sporting an oversized mohair sweater paired with red tartan pants; and plaid peacoat accessorised with a thick-scarf, in monochromatic tones from head-to-toe.

 

There were also luminous tracksuits that also appeared on actress and singer Zendaya seated front row, wearing a hot red suit underneath a jacket with a sleeveless trench in beige.

 

A great piece of news was Kors exclusive collaboration with illustrator David Downton that produced a stunning dress with an hourglass silhouette, hand-painted with women’s portraits, and a series of leather totes to go with.

 

Kors’s FW18 show was effortless and savvy that included numerous unknown faces from all around the world- a perfect message to share about personal style and natural beauty especially on Valentine’s Day.

 

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