The term ‘jet setter’ used to be reserved to describe the wealthy and famous who could afford to travel around the world in private jet planes for social activities. This mode of transport resulted in vastly decreased travel time in order to accommodate to their packed schedules. These days, however, everyone is a jet setter in one form or another. The modern, fast-paced lifestyle is inescapable and increasingly becoming the norm. But who says that one has to sacrifice fashion in the pursuit of productivity?
Michael Kors has never been one to shy away from weaving style and function together in a tapestry of trendy designs unique to the brand. “I design for women and men who need clothing and accessories that can keep up with their fast-paced lives and make them feel like their best selves,” he says.
Michael Kor’s Fall 2019 campaign ticks all the right boxes. Functionality? Check. Style? Check. Glamour? Check. Starring supermodel Bella Hadid and professional BMX rider Austin Augie, the campaign “embodies a glamorous life on the go”. From the styling, to the energy and movement, Kors takes a “jet set approach to everyday life”, which is reflected in every aspect of the campaign.
MICHAEL Michael Kors’ collection taps into customers’ desire for elevated sportswear that can keep up with their high-speed life. A graphic mix of zebra stripes, rock ‘n’ roll studs and the brand’s Signature logo print lend a versatile appeal to the season while statement cheetah print punctuates everyday must-haves. Bella Hadid sports the Cece Medium Logo Mixed-Media Convertible Shoulder Bag (S$859) with Ciré Puffer Coat (S$499). The red on the bag complements the scarlet hue of the coat, resulting in a casual biker chic look.
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This collection also includes a line of monotone accessories for the ladies looking for easy to match pieces for every occasion. The silver hardware stands out against the black leather and adds a layer of stylishness to any outfit. Don’t underestimate the impact these pieces can have on your look — they may be understated, but definitely not basic.