In New York, Michael Kors waved the Star-Spangled Banner for his Spring/Summer ’20 collection inspired by American dreams. Held at the Brooklyn Navy Yard (complete with lemon trees and a choir), the collection explored the balance of pragmatism, charm, power, and romance that is at the core of American fashion. On the runway, Kors sent down models wearing ensembles steeped in classic Americana. Think ’40s Hollywood meets picnic ginghams meets ’70s punk metals in a melange of preppy blazers, breezy summer dresses, and pleated skirts. “I am a native New Yorker and I wanted this show to highlight the strength and optimism and can-do attitude of our city,” said Kors.
Eleanor Roosevelt meets ’70s punk on the runway at Michael Kors Spring/Summer ’20