New York City. February 13th.
Michael Kors brought us back to the seventies and Studio 54. New York, at that time, and in his own words was 'the idea of dreaming and anything being possible, the New York that I found when I came here. Streets were like runways'. A positive vibration and tribute to those endless nights at the big apple with wide pants and the fringed and asymmetric dresses in metallic and feathers all around. Alongside with studio 54 logos, glitter, animal and floral prints, a beautiful autumnal palette of burgundy, camel, brown or beige tones, even grey's tones were shining during the morning-turned-night show.
The printed shirts for men with the maximum collar that defined a style at that time could not miss without leaving behind the suede trench coats, the bell-print trousers, and the luxurious air.
Michael Kors is faithful to his idea of what fashion is, undoubtedly reaffirmed once again his great passion for those years and the huge love for the city that never sleeps: 'A love letter to New York's style and my personal style'. The perfect finish for the carousel was the legendary Barry Manilow performing Copacabana where all the models reunited to feel the joy.
by Andy Durán