Michael Kors SS15
If there's one show guaranteed to put a smile on the fash pack's face, it's Michael Kors. All upbeat energy, glowing models and uncomplicated clothes, this is a label about living and living well. For Spring/Summer Kors was inspired by “the iconic attitude of Agnes de Mille's choreography and the casual elegance of Louise Dahl-Wolfe's photos.” Crisp white and indigo numbers in Fifties shapes (think cropped off-the-shoulder tops and circle skirts) were punched up with marigold accents - popping yellow daffodils on full-skirted midi dresses and bright-as-sun polo necks under classic navy pea coats and sharp capri trousers. Gingham is having a bit of a moment, featuring as a pink hooded tunic or tiny navy hot pants. For after-hours glamour, nothing could be more enticing than the jewel-encrusted florals - on georgette minidresses or ankle-length skirts, they were show-stopping and bang-on trend. Accessories were as easy as the rest of the line-up, with whip-stitched suede satchels in natural shades and lace-up or buckled sandals - all flat.
Who we saw: Jessica Chastain, Olivia Palermo, Mary J Blige, Poppy Delevingne
What they wore: Michael Kors hot off the runway
In a nutshell: In the words of Michael himself, "optimistic chic"
See the Michael Kors Autumn Winter 2014 collection