For Spring/Summer 2014 Michael Kors borrows elements from the 40’s and 70’s to produce a collection which is fresh, sleek, and wearable across ages and statuses. Every woman has the right to look put-together and feel self-confident on any occasion! Kors blends structured and tailored pieces with light-weight and flowing ones, juxtaposing the soft with the hard, and keeping the palette on a general acceptance level. This season he chooses colors that match every skin shade, as well as a variety of silhouettes to flatter more than one body types. This collection includes some transitional pieces, warmer than one expects from a SS collection, reflecting his deep knowledge of the market changes occurring right now due to the online shopping. Clients more and more buy pieces for the season they are in, not for 2 months later. For that matter we saw a little bit of fur, cashmere and heavier outerwear together with pin-up girl swimsuits, bandeaus, and shorts.
The lady Kors envisions is actually a smart, elegant girl, always youthful-looking, and always in the quest of charming others in all fields. She pays attention to her looks, she loves her beauty routine, and she enriches seasonally her wardrobe with well-made classics; the ones we could call essentials for effortless chic outings day-to-night. She’s sleek on her daily errands, and she’s stunning all the way from her apartment to the office and from there to a party or the next art gallery opening. She’s impeccable on the beach as well as on a business appointment or something that requires her to be imposing. And she’s so solid in attitude that inevitably she gets influential! Or else inspiring…