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Michael Kors: The Quintessential American Sportswear Wardrobe

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Supermodels wrapped in swathes of chunkiest-knit luxurious camel cashmere; breathtaking featherweight fox coats; the sharpest slimline gabardine trenches; rumpled cashmere Chesterfields (just the way we like them); and the chic-est paillette jersey evening gowns we've seen all week.

Michael Kors' fall-winter 2010 collection is exactly what New York fashion week is (or should be) all about—focused, edited, smart, quintessential American style. Only Kors could make a Lurex knit look as opulent, a stretch (smart!) flannel trouser suit so dapper, sleek-yet-louche black shirt-dresses, and smoky mohair cowl-neck shifts so simple, easy, and elegant. No surprises here, it was perfect, and easily the best collection we've seen in the tents this week so far.
· Michael Kors [Official Site]
· All Fashion Week Coverage [Racked]

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