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"NYFW: Michael Kors SS20"

All images here by Alessandro Lucioni c/o | courtesy of Vogue

This collection is so lively and full of optimism that leaves us with a smile on out lips. This is the only thing that matter for the designer Micheal Kors, to face the uncertainty and division of our current times. The inspiration comes from the America of the 40s, in the second post World War landscape, where the power of will was so powerful that marked an epoch. The SS20 collection is born with these premises and it's a concentrate of energy: strong and "true" fabrics for the everyday life, harmonious shapes and many patterns (not only stripes and polka dots, but also limes, cherries and anchors).

The show took place in a warehouse in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, New York's nerve center during the 40s and start point for a rebirth which is more spiritual than physical.



40s silhouette are refreshed and turned modern, thank to the metal details and some statements-tee. Silk embroidered sweater with the word HATE crossed with a red line is going to be a seasonal must have, but there are many other pieces we would like to have in our closet as well.