At the Michael Kors Fall 2019 show, the collection was inspired by the iconic Studio 54 era, with a strong seventies retro feel to it- bringing nostalgia back in contemporary fashion.
Models paraded down the runway showcasing looks, reminiscent of disco dreams. Floral-printed dresses mixed with robust military wear and fur-style jackets. There were sequins galore in the form of slinky and bias-cut dresses, while sleek numbers with billowing sleeves, in shimmery gold and silver tones, was a fabulous take on the tailored look.
The designer brought us back down to earth with brown corduroy outerwear over chunky turtlenecks, as well as oversized knitted berets and iconic aviator sunglasses, with the quintessential bell-bottom jeans of the decade making a cameo appearance for the men.
In celebration of Studio 54, Kors featured looks adorned with its emblematic logo on a sequined T-shirt dress, a full-body puffer jacket, and silky smooth blouses.
Aside from the pieces Kors presented, he also impressed with a diverse casting of models. While runway regulars like Hadid sisters Gigi and Bella were present, models like Anok Yai and Sohyun Jung also walked the runway. To close the show, supermodel Patti Hansen was all smiles as she made her return to the runway in a gold metallic trouser suit.
The show had a true 70s nostalgic feeling to it, yet contemporary and absolutely loveable in every way!