New York Fashion Week is continuing at full throttle after a busy weekend of American icons, performance-filled runway romps, and outdoor presentation. We’re now headed into the jam-packed event’s last half, and Michael Kors is set to hold his show on the closing day this Wednesday, September 11. The show will debut the designer’s Spring 2020 collection, and will also feature nostalgic surprises to deepen the world‘s perspective on his iconic brand.
Designers who want to stand out during fashion week often incorporate surprise elements to entertain both the front row and everyone keeping up via Instagram (if you want to see what’s happening in New York, find a daily recap on L’Officiel USA‘s stories). With his hints at the upcoming show, Kors seems likely to join the list of brands that have already wowed audiences with their creative presentations this season. This Wednesday, all eyes will be on the established designer as he debuts his latest wares and kicks off a jam-packed finale to NYFW. Additionally, “Michael Kors: A Portrait,” a short film by Grammy-nominated director Alison Chemich that came out a few days ago, will make a special impression. In the mini-documentary, Kors talks about his origins, design philosophy, favorite fashion moments, and more, allowing the world to get a never-before-seen perspective on the designer who’s built an empire on timeless sophistication over nearly 40 years.
When it comes time for the show, you don’t have to be a fashion insider to watch the debut as it happens. Simply come back here at 10 AM Eastern time on Wednesday for a virtual front-row seat to all of Kors’ latest designs.