Thursday, February 27, 2014

Michael Kors Fall 2014 - #NYFW

"Big Sur meets big city," said Michael Kors in his studio the other day, smiling as if to add, "Isn't fashion fun?" In his hands, it sure is. For fall, Kors' coastal California - inspired looks tapped into that relaxed attitude we've all been feeling - this, after gorgeously hitting the mark with his spring collection of forties-meets-seventies floral dresses. The slouchy wool pants, delicious cozy knits (an overused fashion adjective, but the only one that applies), and full peasant skirts he showed echoed an ease that's been surfacing on the streets and runways. A looser silhouette just feels right. Plus, a flat shoe - Kors' lug sole huarache, once relegated to Palm Springs retirees, is the new jolie laide footwear - and crushable suede clutches with long fringe looked both practical and romantic. (There were subtle shades of Stevie Nicks mixed  in, too, with some of the subtly metallic chiffon dresses.) In our dreams, we'd all lead lives that would allow us to dress like this all the time." -

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