Michael Kors Fall 2010: A Trip Out West

Michael Kors Fall Winter 2010 @ SaidTed
The heritage of Michael Kors’ brand lies heavily upon classic American sportswear. For the past few seasons, Kors has focused on luring in urban professional women with his suits and smart dresses.  It makes sense then, that Kors would re-introduce his new customers to the tradition of his brand.
Fall 2010 brought a glamorous trip to the West, epitomizing the days of Lauren Hutton and Ralph Lauren. Luxurious furs, sophisticated khakis and gray wools marched down the runway, in varying degrees of daringness. For the woman vacationing in Aspen, Michael offered full length fur coats, chunky wool dresses, and beautiful long skirts. However, Kors also has something for his urbanites. Beautiful gray suits (for women and men) as well as khaki blazers, grey sweaters and scrunched trousers offer a more practical escape. These practical clothes were also daring in their own mean, many tops featured elbow cutouts, and Kors continued adding his signature slit into dresses and skirts. What I loved most about the collection (and Michael Kors in general) is his ability to create clothes that have the perfect balance of fantasy and practicality. His clothes are always fashion forward and fun, yet you won’t look ridiculous walking down the street in his designs. Check out some of my favourite looks from the collection, and leave your thoughts after the jump!

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