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Michael KorsSpring Summer 2015 Top 10 Collections of the Season

Runway Review
11/26/2014 Ed Kavishe/fashionwirepress.com

Michael Kors created the hashtag #normkors to illustrate the functionality of his Resort 2015 collection and he clearly will also be using it for his beyond wearable Spring offerings. Each look had purpose in a modern-day woman's wardrobe and was versatile enough to work in at least two destinations: the office, a night out, a beachside romp, or the red carpet.

All-white ensembles emerged first - routine for the season, acting as a palette cleanser for what was to come. Mockneck tops, burnout knee-length skirts, flat sandals, crewneck toppers: wardrobe-building pieces for today's stylish woman.

Then came the florals, punctuating the assortment with that classic springtime flair on voluminous skirts, a matching blouse and trouser set, cap sleeve dresses, and a conservative skirt set. A navy retro-inspired frock emblazoned with fuchsia flowers was effortless yet special, while a sleeveless number with a cutout detail at the dress's center was on-trend and youthful.

As you might have guessed, there were a few instances of bare midriffs. A navy bandeau top and barely-there skirt accented by stitched leather straps were sultry and fun, while a crop top and full high-waist midi skirt with yellow flower embroidery breathed life into the whole lineup. A pleated halter LBD was red carpet ready, though Kors paired the beaut with flats.

The simpler ensembles made it possible for every woman in attendance to actually plan her wardrobe for the season. Cuffed denim was unbelievably sensible, while a poet-sleeve blouse and cropped trousers would instantly make its wearer the best-dressed in the office.

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11/26/2014 Ed Kavishe/fashionwirepress.com

Michael Kors created the hashtag #normkors to illustrate the functionality of his Resort 2015 collection and he clearly will also be using it for his beyond wearable Spring offerings. Each look had purpose in a modern-day woman's wardrobe and was versatile enough to work in at least two destinations: the office, a night out, a beachside romp, or the red carpet.

All-white ensembles emerged first - routine for the season, acting as a palette cleanser for what was to come. Mockneck tops, burnout knee-length skirts, flat sandals, crewneck toppers: wardrobe-building pieces for today's stylish woman.

Then came the florals, punctuating the assortment with that classic springtime flair on voluminous skirts, a matching blouse and trouser set, cap sleeve dresses, and a conservative skirt set. A navy retro-inspired frock emblazoned with fuchsia flowers was effortless yet special, while a sleeveless number with a cutout detail at the dress's center was on-trend and youthful.

As you might have guessed, there were a few instances of bare midriffs. A navy bandeau top and barely-there skirt accented by stitched leather straps were sultry and fun, while a crop top and full high-waist midi skirt with yellow flower embroidery breathed life into the whole lineup. A pleated halter LBD was red carpet ready, though Kors paired the beaut with flats.

The simpler ensembles made it possible for every woman in attendance to actually plan her wardrobe for the season. Cuffed denim was unbelievably sensible, while a poet-sleeve blouse and cropped trousers would instantly make its wearer the best-dressed in the office.


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