Jan 10, 2018 | By Alice Gividen
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For S/S 10, Michael Kors visited the futuristic influences that sparked 60s designers like Paco Rabanne, Courréges and Cardin. In a palette of mostly white mixed with opalescent finishes and candy-mint shades, fabrics were cut into the clean silhouettes of the Mod era. Exposed zippers segmented architectural leather sheath dresses into triangular shapes, while a crinkled cotton version had a softer, draped quality. Cotton V-neck sweaters were sliced, exposing shoulders, collarbones and silver belt buckles, and paired with super sleek crease-front raw silk trousers. Elongated cardigan dresses were accessorized with cosmetic-toned oxfords, dipped in mercury. Acrylic was used for bauble necklaces and matched Wonder Woman cuffs, and transparent plastic for segmented stilettos and headbands completed the look.
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