Michael Kors is breaking from the pack.
By showing his men’s collection in his New York showroom in July, the designer showed that he’s not afraid to take chances.
Channeling his Hollywood pedigree, the “Project Runway” judge said his spring line was reminiscent of David Bowie meets Cary Grant meets Ryan Gosling. For Kors, this is a season that was “about convergences” where tailored clothing and pajamas blended into a relaxed yet sophisticated conglomerate.
“The most luxurious becomes the most casual,” he said, pointing to double-faced sweatshirts in cashmere and cotton, pin-striped suits in crinkled wool and waxed linen anoraks.
Other key looks included sleeveless blazers, oxford pleated wide-leg trousers, suede trenches, indigo cotton Shaker pullover sweaters and an assortment of leather and hemp bags.