Cathy Horyn had a similar take on the designer's show in her "Cutting to the Bone Without Angst" review:
"One look at the leggy models at Michael Kors’s show yesterday, at their tweed miniskirts, their luxe urban parkas, crocodile bags and swinging clean hair, and you sort of felt the designer was saying: “Oh, let’s not make it complicated. Decadence? Moral decay? Embrace it!”[Source: NYTimes]
The show was good clean fun, with the emphasis on classic fabrics like flannel and herringbone done in sexy shapes. A chestnut cable-knit cashmere dress spilled off the shoulders, and there were fur-trimmed parkas in Prince of Wales nylon as well minidresses and shrugs. It was Kors light and easy."
And the shades! While there was nothing revolutionary here -- men in aviators, oversized Jackie O's for the ladies -- the sunglasses enhanced the overall Aspen-chic feel of the show.
1. Hilary Rhoda; 2. Freja Beha Erichsen; 3. Doutzen Kroes; 4. Behati Prinsloo; 5. Chanel Iman; 6. Raquel Zimmermann and Caroline Winberg backstage; 7. Anouck Lepère; 8. Coco Rocha; 9. Emina Cunmulaj; 10. Mr. Kors himself.
A similar (but not identical) look by Mr. Kors is available for less than $100 on his website:
Colors: Black, Green, Tortoise