Just a few weeks ago at NYFW, Michael Kors’ showcased a collection full of tropical prints and leisurely silhouettes. The models who walked the runway in the Jewish fashion designer’s latest summertime assemblage looked like they were vacationing out in Bora Bora.
It was a love letter to all the women with personal style; unfortunately, he couldn’t capture that spirit.
Jewish designer Michael Kors is stepping it up in style.
The fashion designer stared in dumbfounded silence as the shrieking protestors surrounded him onstage.
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Jewish designers from the celebrity world put modern touches to classics on the runways on Wednesday as New York Fashion Week draws to a close.
Hosted by Bravo’s Andy Cohen, the annual to-do celebrates the most promising new kids on the block while paying tribute to the big names of fashion. And talk about big names: fashion icon Oscar de la Renta received the Founders Award from his muse, Hillary Clinton, while Ralph Lauren awarded the Geoffrey Beene Lifetime Achievement to Vera Wang (for a full list of winners, click here).
The designer was born in Long Island, N.Y. to Joan Hamburger, a Jewish former model, and her husband Karl Anderson, a college student. His mother remarried when he was five and the designer later changed his name to Michael David Kors. Kors now lives in New York City and married his longtime boyfriend in August of last year.
Iris Apfel, Bar Refaeli, Michael Kors, Rachel Zoe, Gail Simmons