Michael Kors’ Ready-To-Wear SS 2015 collection decoded
We hummed The Ronettes’ Be My Baby as models trotted down the runway in sunshine yellow ensembles and floral prints. Inspired by the summer of 1950, New York Fashion Week saw a platter of joyful sundresses, flippy skirts, tan flats and kitten-heeled sandals. Michael Kors kept the wardrobe light and billowy with appliqued flower-strewn tulle skirts, as we finally found a way to wear transparency in real life!
Fresh crisp whites, cropped and tied shirts adequately summarized a romantic summer holiday. Gingham, which is touted to be a big spring story this year, made a comeback in the form of mini shirts and dresses. With every showcase, the florals got denser, and a sudden burst of nautical motifs took over. Punches of navy, sailor stripes, magenta blooms and simple neutrals amplified the swinging 50s. We can’t wait for summer already!
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