Michael Kors has a double vision for fall -- urban casual for the city chicster and country luxe for the ski slopes (or maybe ritzy suburbs). Of course, lots of looks met in the middle, and it was lovely.
There was loads of camel -- cashgora skirts paired with feather-light body suits, suede wrapped shirts and stretch flannel trousers -- elegant yet easy. Other laidback looks included crushed cashmere -- rumpled but cool, and killer distressed leather jackets in tobacco. He also worked the cozy factor -- big cowled sweater dresses in mohair and sparkly gold lurex, cashmere sweats and long skirts with flattering super-wide waistbands. Dress-up with slithery pailette gowns -- bronze, black and gold with a sexy slash here or there.
And oh, the fur, lots of huge shredded fox jackets and coats -- big and dramatic over skinny ensembles, a fur skirt and for the gal who has everything, a blonde sable shift. Yum.