#NYFW: Michael Kors’ Opposite Spectrum For Fall 2014

New York Fashion Week - Michael Kors fall 2014Photo: SIPA/WENN
 

It was clear that Michael Kors adored the whole sheer trend of Fall 2013, because his new collection is covered in it.

The American designer and new billionaire, turned around an airy collection of textured pieces that went from soft and airy to thick and cozy with fabrics being used to his creative disposal.

 

New York Fashion Week - Michael Kors fall 2014Photo: SIPA/WENN
New York Fashion Week - Michael KorsPhoto: SIPA/WENN
 

The hefty 56-piece collection was composed of women’s and menswear of muddy grey and black tones.

A veteran in the industry, Kors has mastered the art of connectivity in texture and tone, with a smooth transition from piece-to-piece. The balance of sheer fabrics to wooly knits made for enough variation to please any Kors fan.

 

New York Fashion Week - Michael KorsPhoto: SIPA/WENN
 

In the end, Kors wins again before anything’s sold. This is the mark of a successful designer with a billion-dollar touch.

See our favorite pieces on the next pages.

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