Michael Kors is never afraid of acting like he is permanently one step ahead of his colleague designers, mainly because most of the time he truly manages to find a way to the top by taking the uncrossed road. With his pre-fall 2013 collection he strikes again by simply respecting his long-time philosophy that dictates him to design exactly what women love to buy.
An undeniable sense of sophistication meets the all-year round woman’s wardrobe essentials in a multipurpose collection Kors that strongly defies the mere goal of a pre-fall concept. Balancing colourful looks and all-black ensembles, erratic prints and luxurious lace, edgy leather pieces and begonia pink sweaters, it’s safe to say that this particular collection has a little bit of everything for nearly everyone.
From cigarette pants to cozy angora sweaters, from transitional leather staples to warm coats, and from elegant tweeded jackets to extravagant wedding worthy gowns, the idea of cohesiveness got lost somewhere along the way. Or maybe that’s exactly what Michel Kors’ envisioned for the future season, something exciting and utterly seductive, inspired by 60s fashion but infused with the modern-day casualness.
Finding order in chaos might equal in excitement the action of figuring out Michael Kors’ “practical-but-odd” pre-fall 2013 collection.
You can see all of the Michael Kors pre-fal 2013 collection by clicking on a thumbnail on the left. From there you can browse through each of the pictures from the collection.