Celebrities just can’t get enough of Michael Kors at the moment.
His favourite gal pals are Heidi Klum, Mary J Blige, Angelina Jolie, Catherine Zeta Jones and Jennifer Hudson, but many other celebs are now fully appreciating Michael Kors on a regular basis on the red carpet.
Natalie Portman turned a few of his dresses into maternity looks during Awards Season, Leighton Meester showed off her sultry side in Michael Kors for “The Roommate” LA Premiere, Catherine Zeta Jones shunned British designers to collect her CBE from the Queen at Buckingham Palace in Michael Kors, plus Michelle Obama has Michael Kors on rotation for several official engagements.
Since then the floodgates have opened.
We’ve seen Michael Kors on the red carpet at the Vanity Fair Oscar party, the Met Gala, the CFDA Fashion Awards, the MTV Movie Awards, the Tony Awards, the Annual amfAR Inspiration Gala plus several premieres and Letterman show appearances in-between.
Why the extra celebrity love?
It’s hard to pinpoint as Michael Kors still creates all America classic pieces which appeal to all types of women. His collections have timeless looks with plenty of sex appeal or if you prefer a sporty edge.
You can wear Michael Kors in the boardroom, during a weekend at the Hamptons, dinner uptown and most definitely on the red carpet as showcased by these gorgeous gals.
With the new season comes a fresh crop of bags that will help brighten your wardrobe and change the winter blues into something a bit more light and lovely. Michael Kors already has a major grasp on the handbag market, and what I love to see is the continued move towards creating beautiful bags. Earlier we told you the MICHAEL Michael Kors Selma bag is the best thing on the market under $400, and today I’m telling you that celebrities and yours truly alike are loving the Michael Kors Miranda Bag.
From Jessica Chastain, to Amy Adams, to Heidi Klum, to Zoe Saldana, to Karolina Kurkova, the Miranda bag from the Spring 2013 collection has been getting tons of love. It’s easy to see why; the shape is classic and has a little Celine-esque feel to it. What I like most is Michael’s ability to have his own take on the popular shape with a few highly noticeable MK touches. The inside is lined with suede and has three pockets while the outside features a functional tie closure detail. The leather options include natural grained leather, cracked leather, pebbled leather and metallics, and the bag comes in a variety of colors. Buy for $1,195 via Michael Kors.
If you’ve tried to track down a MICHAEL Michael Kors Selma Satchel in the past few months, then you already know that the bag is one of Kors’ biggest bag hits ever – the best colors vanished from stores almost immediately, and pretty soon, even neutrals were scarce. We’ve noticed new shipments of the tote, which we’ve loved from the outset, arriving in stores recently, so now’s a good time to start looking again if you’ve wanted one of these very well-priced bags. Another reason to start shopping? The bag now comes in
colorblocked versions, both neon and trendy black-and-white.
The neon-panelled bags, which have black gussets, are a little bit smaller than the original solid-color version, and for good reason: no one needs that much neon. At their more petite size, the bags make a slick, modern summer option, complete with a crossbody strap for easy carry. The black-and-white version is the same size as the solid bags, which makes it a great choice for work-to-weekend wear. All the versions come in sturdy saffiano leather, and it’s hard to beat this bag for the money. (Want the black-and-white in a smaller size? Don’t worry, it comes in a petite version as well.)
Experience designer style on an everyday basis with Michael Kors watches New York designer Michael Kors made waves with his first line of women's ready-to-wear in the early '80s. The Michael Kors collection used clean lines to create an allusion of simple sophistication. In a world of fashion theatrics, the Michael Kors brand continues to produce timeless luxury goods. Michael Kors watches feature the same great details and enduring style as his apparel and make a great addition to your jewelry wardrobe. Keep reading for a complete list of the best reasons to buy Michael Kors watches.
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Rugby stripes, bold blocks of color, digital prints of clouds and pools, hints of the mod 1960s. The words Michael Kors used for
his Spring show were "geometric glamour." The collection had a crisp look and feel, for sure; what it lacked was enough of Kors' trademark sizzle.
With Marc Jacobs taking his own spin through the sixties and stripes getting major play on the Tommy Hilfiger and Belstaff runways, this lineup put Kors
squarely in the center of things this season. That's a point in his favor. So are covetable items like a one-piece tank suit with zips on the sides, a white plonge leather shirtdress with gold snap closures, and trim coats in primary brights. A men's chesterfield put smiles on the faces in the front row close
enough to see that it was made from terry cloth.
Overall, though, there weren't enough of those sit-up-and-take-notice moments. Until the end, that is, when Karlie Kloss slinked down the runway in a black double-face crepe dress with a cutout harness bodice. That girl knows how to sizzle.
Anyone who’s ever been on a budget (which is pretty much all of us) knows how hard it is to find a fashionable bag at a relevant price. Lately, though, that pursuit has been a bit easier. Not long ago, we rounded up a group of sub-$300 bags that are worth your attention, and the Coach bags we featured earlier this week are all pretty wallet-friendly. If you’re still looking, though, look no further than the MICHAEL Michael Kors Selma Bag. It’s simple, versatile and totally chic.
If you don’t like the green we’ve chosen above (keep in mind that it’s the Pantone 2013 Color of the Year), fret not. This sleek bag comes in every color from basic black to sunshine-bright yellow, and they all ring up at under $400. That’d be a fair price for almost any bag, but for this one in particular, it’s a steal. The bag’s subtly textured saffiano leather can take a beating and still look great, and the shape is classic enough
that you could carry this design anywhere from the office to the park. There’s no extraneous nonsense going on with this bag – its lines are clean, and except for a small logo, there’s nothing to distract from the gorgeous color. The added bonus of that, of course, is that there’s nothing about this bag that’ll make it
look dated in a season or two.