Michael Kors went big at New York Fashion Week. Keep scrolling to view each classic look.
If there's one thing Michael Kors knows, it's New York City. Last season, the designer paid homage to the Big Apple for his 40th-anniversary collection with a show staged in the heart of the Theater District. While the fanfare of the occasion was muffled by the COVID-19 pandemic which prevented an audience from attending, his Spring/Summer 2022 collection makes up for it tenfold.
Drawing on the theme of "urban romance," Kors presented a series of timeless pieces that serve as a love letter to the city. Kendall Jenner opened the show in a chic black two-piece ensemble as singer Ariana DeBose covered jazzy numbers by Nina Simone and Nat King Cole, as well as "Somewhere (There's a Place for Us)" from the Broadway musical West Side Story.