Combining grunge with feminine sophistication, Michael Kors’ Spring/Summer 2016 collection at New York Fashion Week was a dreamy desert escape.
In earthy tones of tan, beige, chestnut and surprising pops of ochre and cobalt, the New York designer presented suede trenches, billowy romantic drawstring blouses, ruffled cocktail dresses and slashed dresses with vertically inserted sheer strips.
The Kors woman has been known as the jet-setter, an edgy but sensual type of woman, but here the 56-year-old designer showcased a more feminine side with blossoming flowers sewn on A-line shirts as well as a more androgynous side with monochrome linen pantsuits and wide leather belts.
No one does natural glamour like Mr. Kors.
Watch the full Michael Kors Spring/Summer 2016 show at New York Fashion Week below: