World renowned designer Michael Kors is about to launch the Pre-Fall collection for 2013! The collection is full of retro motives and somewhat edgy designs, that is both really elegant and flashing about the bright aesthetics of the label. Let’s check it out!
Michael Kors Goes Retro for the Pre-Fall 2013
The Pre-Fall 2013 collection presented by Michael Kors is certainly something new, yet somehow retro inspired, don’t you think? The history seem to be source of inspiration this time for Michael Kors, as he is taking the strict and classy ’50s and mix it with the turbulent ’60′s acid coloration. The collection is full of controversial designs, some for the high profile clients, while some for the stylish and young daring individuals.
Speaking of the high profile clients, the Michael Kors company was recently named the most searched on the Bing web search engine, as of the end of 2012. This also correlates with the fact, that one of the most highly appreciated clients of Michael Kors is now Michele Obama.
So, this probably might explain why some of the outfits seem to be fit for the first lady look. Meanwhile, the collection also includes lace, leather, peplums, gloves matched perfectly with the clutch and the pumps, colorful fur pieces, knee-length skirts, high waist pants and body con dresses and these are just the few!
As for the color choices, despite many brights pieces, like a several bubble gum pink fur coats, pants and who knows what else, there are also classy black and gold solutions, which pose elegance and refinement. The collection surely explored the vibrant part of the ’50s, taking the best of the best to create something special for every client.
Michael Kors has also noted that the inspiration for this Pre-Fall 2013 collection was Maggie in the “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof”. He also stated the following and indeed, the collection features both cute and delicate elements which are contrasting with bold and daring pieces:
“Scarlett takes me to Elizabeth Taylor, which takes me to Ava Gardner, and to Madonna. It’s the idea of sugar and spice,”