2007 February 7
Michael Kors - New York Fall 2007
(NEW YORK) Michael Kors' plucky, classy outing was enough to make even the most inveterate expatriate long for the streets of New York in autumn. A kicky short-sleeved tweed mini suit or a heather turtleneck mini dress were enough to make any girl have a Mary Tyler Moore moment, while a rich walnut fur tunic with three-quarter sleeves had a youthful, Holly Golightly appeal. That city doesn't exist, of course, but his clothes could provoke a certain down-to-earth fantasy state where one might start to act as though it did.
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