NEW YORK — It’s Greek to him. This season, Michael Kors said he was working a Greek theme, but the Hellenistic influences in question seemed to involve Aristotle Onassis and the Christina, rather than, say, Aristotle, Plato or even Zorba. The tony island- hopping looks in the designer’s lively, charming spring collection included boldly striped knits with minis and great dresses, such as this mini number in embroidered cotton, worn with a bold turquoise cross. For more on the season, see the reviews and today’s photo spread.

This story first appeared in the September 23, 2004 issue of WWD. Subscribe Today.