NYFW AW14: Michael Kors

While the much-reported success story gets more picturesque each and every day, the Kors whirlwind shows absolutely no signs of stalling after a knockout presentation for AW14 in NYC. The discerning Kors woman relished in the “Big Easy Fall 2014”, of  long silhouettes and swank, carefree formals, but took it upon herself to raid her dashing husband’s closet this season to diversify her look with dapper menswear undertones.

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In the textural department, luxe bounties of earthy furs were favoured, next to contemporary knits, all made by hand, and soft touches of cashmere here and there, collectively integrating a kind of ambrosial California soul with a Big Apple funk.

Rustic tweeds, python printed dresses and fawny Alpaca and Mohair coats then channelled the aforementioned organic appeal, forming a kind of romanticised, gypsy-esque longing, especially when considering the cascading layers of shaggy 70s suede frills and luscious georgette blouses.

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Thanks to an increasingly intimate connection to each of his consumers; he’s quite frankly almost made it an art form, Michael Kors emerges as one of the only individuals in fashion that offers truly aspirational lifestyles, and with this season’s quick, fun malleable clutches and chunky, wedged ‘city sandles’, he takes the prize for light-hearted, leisurely daywear.

by Liam Feltham

Images courtesy of Style.com

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