2009 September 17
Michael Kors - New York Spring 2010
(NEW YORK) "It's a big city, urban collection. You will see plenty of architecture influences," Michael Kors promised before his Spring 2010 runway show. Kors presented a staggering sixty-four looks, including his signature smart sheath dresses in creams and black, punctuated by athletic darting. Sliced waistlines and armbands created dramatic lines, and spoke to Kors' architectural sensibility. Kors explored new avenues this season, experimenting with pastels for the first time. "Normally pastels come off as saccharine to me," the designer confessed. Kors found his equilibrium with Easter egg hues and slashed transparent striping, striking the perfect balance between pretty and powerful.
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