ADR On Seeing So Many Models At Michael Kors: ‘It Really Keeps You Smart’
Starting our morning with Michael Kors‘s fall 2013 show is always a good thing, but getting whiplash in the process was perhaps less so. You see, at Kors’ show this morning, about eight models, male and female, were walking the runway at any given time. It was probably due to the fact that the designer was showing a total of 63 looks, and while we would’ve definitely appreciated seeing the looks one by one, Anna Dello Russo was totally fine with it.
Kors showed a colorful collection of outerwear, black and neutral separates and suiting, two-toned mullet dresses that had a touch of Dior spring 2013, and accessories that could be seen on editors and style bloggers alike. It was classic Kors — fitted, sporty, and most importantly, wearable. Well, to some extent.
After the show, we caught up with the editrix and were immediately bombarded by Carine Roitfeld and Giovanna Battaglia asking Dello Russo what she was wearing. “Fendi resort,” she said with a little laugh, feeling up her multi-colored fur coat. She then leaned over to touch Roitfeld’s skirt, which was similar to this one, and remarked, “Riccardo pre-fall. I know everything!”
But back to the onslaught of models all taking to the catwalk at one time. “Ah, no, I like that because it keeps your attention focused on the models and the catwalk,” she told us. “Plus, it really keeps you smart.” But could she remember all the looks? “Absolutely, I have a lot of memory for fashion.”
Indeed she does.
Check out some looks from the runway, and the front row celebs, below: