Michael Kors Fall 2012 | New York Fashion Week

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published February 15, 2012

Kors’ Casual Luxury – For fall 2012, Michael Kors offered up a relaxed sense of luxury with a strong opening of tartan, plaid and tweed. This season, Kors focused on layering with heavy blanket coats and fluid dresses for a contrasting effect. The color palette was simple–steeped in rich hues of crimson, inky black, chocolate and camel. As the show progressed, the clothing became more sophisticated and tailored with cinched waists and fur-embellished coats. For the finale, Kors ended on a sensual note with sparkling and slinky gowns reminiscent of an era gone by.


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5 thoughts on “Michael Kors Fall 2012 | New York Fashion Week”

  1. This is so much better than the pre-fall collection, even though it has most of the same basic elements.  The fabrics seem much more appropriate for the prints, and things are just taken further. 

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