“I wanted the show to be a love letter to New York,” says Michael Kors. “I’m inspired by everything about the city—the electricity, the speed, the diversity, the individuality, and of course the art and food and fashion. So much of New York is iconic, from the architecture to the theater to the faces, and anyone who’s ever been here has their own New York story. For me to show at Lincoln Center, in a building designed by renowned architect Eero Saarinen, with artwork specifically created by [legendary theater-poster artist] James McMullan—that’s a New York story I wanted to share with everyone.”
Can’t wait to see what Kors has in store? Go behind the scenes — follow @MichaelKors on Instagram and tune into Instagram Stories. Over on Snapchat, Brazilian socialite Helena Bordon will take over the feed to share her front row view with you. Find more details from Kors’ personal perspective on MichaelKors.com/DestinationKors. Oh, and look out for the third season of Kors Commute with Ashley Graham, Alek Wek and Linda Fargo taking turns on the hot seat this time.