Michael Kors NYFW SS15’
“In summer,” said Michael Kors, “you can never have enough white.” The designer held true to his statement for his spring/summer 2015 collection.
Kors’ strength is his ability to rework American classics. Here he did that with a 50 twist – citing Diana Vreeland, dancer Agnes de Mille and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe as inspirations. They were working women who needed clothes that looked fabulous but suited active and busy lifestyles, and it’s a set of demands that chime with their counterparts today. Accordingly, there were no heels in this show, and models strode down the catwalk with their hands in deep pockets.
This wasn’t recreating the 50s – it was reassessing the decade, in real terms, for women right now. Kors has a polished, uptown customer who will no doubt buy into pieces like the floral printed skirts and cropped jackets, along with the navy blazers and shirting. | via Style
Artist Name: Rohan Hande
Traditional hand-cut collage. 8 x 10 inches on cardboard
My third month of Artsnacks. This post was a bit long, but it couldn’t be helped, because oh my goodness this month was more like an Artmeal (I may just trademark that.) Anyway, hope you enjoy.
ArtSnacks is like a magazine subscription but instead of a magazine you get 4 or 5 different art products to try out.
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