By  on July 3, 2018

“Fashion is change. Fashion is about what’s next,” said Michael Kors during an interview Monday morning about his new fall 2018 campaigns, for which he had to embrace that mantra.

In January, The New York Times’ explosive report on allegations of sexual misconduct against Bruce Weber, Mario Testino and others brought a swift end to many of their long-term professional relationships. The day the Times story broke, Michael Kors issued a statement severing ties with Testino, who had exclusively shot the company’s campaigns for more than a decade. It forced Kors to take a beat, reflect on and tweak his creative marketing vision.

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