Her World presents the latest collection from Michael Kors, a good reminder that a versatile style goes the extra mile.
Imagine the ease of having a very versatile wardrobe, where you don’t waste extra seconds and can just pick up a dress and style it differently – think classic pieces and updated basics that can easily take you from boardroom to brunch and back.
South Korean Youtube star Risabae opted to wear a flowy dress with the Cece Crossbody ($619) for the Michael Kors SS ‘20 show in New York.
That’s exactly the ethos of Michael Kors’ ready-to-wear and accessories collections, to create a modern wardrobe for the woman on the go. Key pieces this season include a classic white crochet dress (opposite, $749) with paisley motifs that can be worn for two different occasions: weekday or weekends. Wear it with either the preppy Slater backpack in XS ($449) with braided chain detailing or the casual-cool Mercer Belted satchel ($679).
The American label, founded in 1981, has always been about “great pieces that women can wear every day”, says designer Michael Kors. “I design for women who need clothing and accessories that can keep up with their fast-paced lives and make them feel like their best selves.”
Indonesian Singer Bunga Citra Lestari paired a cool blazer with the Delaney Crossbody ($439) on the red carpet.
New-York based style influencer Jessica Wang took a leather jacket to the street, worn with the Carmen satchel ($569).
With its roomy interior, and front and back slip pockets, the Mercer Belted satchel makes for a perfect companion to the meeting room. Transition to the weekend with the white crochet dress and by switching the bag to the Slater backpack – its pebbled leather, gold hardware, and interior laptop sleeve are made for business trips.
TEXT VALERIE WONG
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