Michael Kors Intern discusses Kors: Fall Collection 2012
Kors does it again with his 2012 Pre-Fall collection. Not all designers take part in the Pre-Fall action but in an article by Nicole Phelps Kors explains that it is the best season for him to design for his business; it’s the season-less season. [i] The collection is packed with outwear staples that fit both the New Yorker and the Hollywood minded. The CFDA designer continues to excite trendsetters everywhere with his textures of Mongolian fur, leather, and silver sequined patterns. And plaid, well it has found its comeback in a full maxi-skirt as well as a few other pieces. The plaid is enough make an impression but the grayscale pallet makes more tasteful and far from schoolgirl.
I can say that I wear the MMK line of Michael Kors just about every day after interning there for six months last fall. I get compliments on the same two watches that I wear by someone new every time. And the clothes, these clothes are not solely made for the fashion but to flatter the body of a woman. I had a wonderful experience working in the merchandising department of the MMK label, realizing the amount of thought that the Kors team devotes to each piece.
This collection has the feel of the west with the styling of the east. The lines were clean and the pops of the poppy and aqua are a welcomed surprise. The western feel includes buckles and wide-brimmed hats and a certain menswear feel. These ladies, however will most likely not be not stepping in to see how the west was fun. – Emily Rad Fashion writer: email@example.com