Michael Kors goes “Optimistic Chic” at NYFW


This article explains how for Michael Kors 2015 spring collection he went brought back styles from decades ago. Although he made older styles more modern, he did it all while making it wearable for “the typical woman”. I think it will be interesting to see how well these styles work for women and if they will help Michael Kors keep his title as a “versatile designer”.


One thought on “Michael Kors goes “Optimistic Chic” at NYFW

  1. Personally, I found Michael Kors’ runway show to lack any real cohesiveness other than a series of midi skirts with matching tops. The patterns and prints were across the board from dark plaids to bright floral prints to lacey whites. When placed together in a single show it lacked taste and was more of an eye sore. I felt like VS angel Rosie Huntington-Whitley’s random appearance mid show in a revealing, strappy ensemble threw the whole thing off for nothing more than media attention. The outfit for the “face of Michael Kors” didn’t even represent the line that he was showing.
    Perhaps in this instance versatility was confused with inconsistency. As you can see, I feel very pessimistic towards this attempt at conveying optimism.
    You can watch the full show here:

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