NYFW: Michael Kors promises a romantic spring

16 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Kendall Jenner Leads the Runway Finale at Michael Kors, But Will She Walk in Kanye West’s Show?.

The designer had a more “earthy elegance” on his mind for the feminine Michael Kors Collection — a more creative, artistic energy like Georgia O’Keeffe and Elsa Peretti, the Italian model turned jewelry designer.

The supermodel topped off the show at Michael Kors in a slim black tank and tiered midi skirt featuring an oversized belt and pleats, and smiled while she was at it. Wide black leather belts and grommets along skirts and hems provided strength. “I wanted to have that balance of the two things, think about things that were in fact very soft and romantic and feminine, but take them down-to-earth and make them work in a modern way,” Kors said in an interview. “It’s all about things that move with the wind, and juxtapose all of that with sort of borrowed from the boys kind of tailoring that feels easy,” he said. “I’m an optimistic guy, you know?

The 19-year-old has reason to be happy: The whole fam is in town, she’s as in demand as ever and, oh, not to mention that supermodel squad she’s stepped out with while in town for New York Fashion Week. I’ve seen a woman try on a dress and suddenly stand up straight.” Wilde grabbed one of the looks bound for the runway to wear herself, a loose red dress that sparkled and was outfitted with a white Peter Pan collar. Kendall’s first runway appearance was for Diane Von Furstenberg this season, where she strutted alongside supermodel sisters Gigi Hadid and Bella Hadid. She gave birth to her first child, Otis, in April. “I find that I like to look put together but I need to be able to move around and function and I can’t be kind of squeezing into something that’s not going to work, you know, running on cobblestones and jumping into the subway,” she said. “I just focus the whole time on not tripping the models,” she said. “Don’t trip them!

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