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New York Fashion Week Fall 2010: Michael Kors

2 Comments 19 February 2010

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In the 1980s, it wasn’t so much that the clothes themselves were bad, but that the clothes that professional women had to wear to their jobs in banks or law firms or engineering firms were so strictly dictated and by and large, so awful. It took a few years, but women finally figured out that we didn’t have to imitate men to look professional. And now Michael Kors has come along with a collection that any woman who wore the uniform in the 80s will wish that she could have worn instead.

Michael Kors Fall 2010 collection, which was shown Wednesday at Bryant Park, was full of substantial, totally wearable clothes. There were work looks with originality, and evening wear that was stunning in its simplicity. There was a variety, which is what women generally want. There are days in the fall and winter when we want to look sleek and polished, and there are days when we want to wear the chunky sweater with straight trousers and be comfortable. Kors’ latest collection was proof that you don’t have to give up wearability for beauty at all.

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Source: images wwd.com

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  1. The last long gown is really beautiful. The collection does have some wearable pieces.

  2. Pictures 3 and 5 wonderful – the combination of the cowl neck and the slinky overlong skirt are stunning. After 70 years of couture who’d have thought there was a shape left that was unique – but this is certainly stunning AND unique. Absolutely beautiful.


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