September 10, 2010 (Reuters) – On Friday, Michael Kors, the designer of New York City’s Tavern on the Green in Central Park, took control of his first runway live. showSince the pandemic started.
Kors stated that COVID-19 protocols limited his guest list but that it allowed for intimate experiences for those present.
“To be able to put on a live show to me is thrilling. I love people to be able to experience live fashion,”Kors.
All guests had to be double-vaccinated. Staff, crews, and the press were also tested on-site before they were allowed into the venue.
“Lots and lots of checking boxes and being so unbelievably strict with the protocols,”He said.
Kate Hudson, an actress and friend of Kors was thrilled to be there for her first. showIn many months. “I’m so excited. And it’s nice and small, intimate, which I think is going to be really lovely. But I haven’t done this for a long time so it feels a little odd and wonderful all at the same time.”
Kors decided to see romance through an urban lens this season. New York native Kors stated that his inspiration wasn’t just romantic love. He was also inspired by love of friends, family and the city.
He said that he created a collection to celebrate those moments that we all have been wanting.
Models Kendall Jenner, Kendall Jenner, and Gigi Hadid paraded through an outdoor park while Broadway star Ariana Debose performed live.
Kors claimed that the collection was full with charm.
“Lots of black and white in the collection,”The designerDetailed explanation.
“A lot of gingham, which just puts a smile on my face, I’m not a picnic kind of guy, but I can have the fantasy. A lot of white embroidery, a lot of white laces and eyelet and things like that.”
New York Fashion Week will conclude on September 12.
Reporting by Alicia Powell. Editing by Diane Craft
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