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THE MIDAS AT NYFW!


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One of my favorite shows at NYFW: with gold, tweed, and fur, Michael Kors showed us just how luxurious a fall wardrobe can look. I've been admiring the collections of MK for a long time! And that he presented yesterday at the fashion week in New York, is amazing!

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Amid all the cozy fall fare at Michael Kors (fur mufflers, tweed trench coats, thick ribbed sweaters), one look shone particularly brightly on the runway: a gorgeous, bias-cut gold dress. A true Midas touch!

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Kors calls this coming season of "opulent restraint.” That means to plenty of masculine pieces like a snappy gun-check trench, mixed up with the likes of hip-hugging, long, lean trumpet skirts and paisley silk dresses with, of course, a little dose of sensuality, thanks to their bias cutting. All of this was then accessorized with fox mufflers, flat burnished brogues, and a new scarf-collar hybrid that can be worn under or over a coat, perhaps belted, and oftentimes lavished with gold bullion embroidery.

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These days nobody wants basic-basic, but neither is anyone really in the market for a piece that can exist only on a designer’s runway. And that is the proposal of Michael Kors from the beginning of his creations. He believe that women need real and special clothes, and I agree with him!

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