Thursday, 13 September 2012

Michael Kors S/S 2013- Clean & Simple

Colour blocking, geometric cuts and simplicity.

The Michael Kors S/S 2013 collection was quite minimalist as expected. The designer described the collection as having "geometric glamour" and I completely agree.

The show started with simple, long-sleeve tops with horizontal lines for both men and women.


Rounded, rectangular belts were seen on coats throughout the collection. the coats and the bags were definitely the focus of the show as Kors teaches us how to do jackets throughout the summer.


As you can see, the small satchel bags have metal panels on the side which is quite unique. There's no detailing on the front but rather on the side, to maintain the simplicity perhaps?


The look below is really cute and perfect for S/S evening-wear. Thin, metal belts are everywhere...


Lovely A-line, pleated skirt with a sheen and a short-sleeved blouse with gold button details, accompanied by a white satchel, a white belt and white shoes.


Towards the end, there were a couple of black dresses which were quite nice to finish off the collection with as you can really see the geometric theme with the cuts around the hem on the first and the neckline on the second.