It may be the last day of New York Fashion Week, but it’s off to a warm start with Michael Kors taking the slot of the first showing. Known for bringing a warm-cozy essence with sun-kissed models, the NY freeze temporarily defrosted as he showed chunky knits and crisply tailored menswear inspired pieces.
Playing with inspiration of opposites – Kors designed a wool trench with a glitzy lace dress and 1930’s bias-cut evening wear elegance juxtaposed with oversized outwear. Bundled in brilliant fall outerwear separates and knit dresses, models walked the paneled runway with bronzed cheeks and eyes filled with romanticism.
Our red-carpet prediction from the collection: Look 54 – a double-breasted tuxedo-vest styled floor-length dress that we imagine on Emma Stone.