Michael Kors has unveiled his fall catalog 2012 featuring models Karmen Pedaru and Simon Nessman lensed by the one-and-only Mario Testino. Have a nosey and find a little inspiration for your cold-weather combos!
Take one famous designer, a renowned photographer and some
gorgeous models and you'll get the perfect recipe for a new
sartorial inspiration. Michael Kors has unveiled his
fall catalog 2012 featuring models Karmen Pedaru and Simon Nessman
lensed by the one-and-only Mario Testino.
Michael Kors' cold-weather collection is packed full with super-comfy and cozy pieces oozing a special feeling of glam and luxurious elegance. "Comfort, as in how you feel yourself, and in the world at large. It’s about being cozy, in the end. In the end, it’s what do you grab for?" Kors said. "The robe you love, your boyfriend’s sweater.... Comfort doesn’t get any better than that," he added. As on the inspiration behind his line, the designer explained that, "I thought about the '30s and those glamorous Hollywood couples - the Clark Gables and Carole Lombards."
The new Michael Kors line includes an array of to-die-for
goodies, perfect for cold winter days. Mohair, knits, tweeds, and a
beautiful color palette and eye-catching prints guarantee to
refresh and spice up any wardrobe. Casual yet surprisingly elegant,
these pieces make us dream of rainy days.
So, are you girls ready to welcome the arrival of fall in style? If you still don't know what to invest in, just have a nosey at the latest Michael Kors catalog and you'll definitely find some pretty cool and lust-worthy ideas. The designer brings a riot of stunners to bundle up during unfriendly temperatures. There are fur vests, ombre coats, fuzzy turtlenecks, cardigans, sweaters, blazers, plaid skirts, skinny jeans, plaid pants, leggings, scarves, but also some seriously on-trend accessories to complete the outfits. There are harness boots, ballerina flats, pumps, satchels, large totes, crossbody bags, clutches, watches, aviator sunglasses, bracelets, cuffs, and rings.
Photos courtesy of Michael Kors