Interviewing designer, Michael Kors, backstage before his show for Extra TV.
Michael Kors, never one to stray from what he does best, has been making his legion of fans happy for the past 30 years, by bringing them classic and timeless wardrobe staples to carry them from season to season. In addition, Kors speaks to real women and that's what makes him so desirable and notable. He dresses these real women, for their real everyday life, with such ease and flair, that each look translates into an effortless casual chic statement.
Blake Lively wearing Michael Kors spring collection, came out to support one of her favorite designers. Also sitting from row: Michael Douglas, Rose Byrne, and Naya Rivera.
And for his fall collection, Kors brought Big Sur style to the big city. The collection includes lots of oversized pieces that look like you stole them from your boyfriend's closet. The Kors woman loves to dress up but also wants to be comfortable. The collection featured lots of bohemian luxe in the form of cozy knits that were less form fitting but more relaxed, high-end touches of fur trims and accessories, flowy prairie skirts, and loose trousers. And while lovely muted in colors of charcoal, black, camel, and chocolate, there were some python printed pieces and fringe detail mixed in to add some funk to the fall wardrobe.
And with that ladies and gentlemen, my fashion week coverage comes to an end! What an exciting week, not only because I got to jump into producer mode again for some great shows in the city that I call home, but because I got to feel the electrifying jolts of being part of such a cosmic creation of fashion. Even after 10 years of covering fashion shows and getting trampled on the runway just to get a soundbite, the giddy feelings that come from being a part of one of these shows still haven't subsided. And I kind of like it.
Self portrait on my last day of fashion week.