Michael Kors bags
Uncategorized / May 9, 2017

In the not-so-distant past, designer brands maintained their desirability by snootily protecting their exclusivity – unattainability was the basis of their appeal. Kors, however, has disrupted the old model, democratising fashion by selling what he calls ‘everyday luxury’ – a slice of something decadent for a price within reach of many more than a privileged few. A week on a yacht might not be an option, but a bag by Michael Michael Kors (as his accessories range is known) can be. And as a result they are now top sellers in that middle-class bastion of reliable retail John Lewis – which reported a growth of 70 per cent in sales of the range last year and sells an average of 80 bags a day – as well as designer fashion haunts such as Selfridges, which sells around 225 of the brand’s Selma bags alone every week, and Harvey Nichols, which has seen a 34 per cent increase in demand for Michael Michael Kors bags. Miranda Kerr clutches hers tightly, as do her fellow lingerie models Heidi Klum and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, while actresses Zoe Saldana, Amy Adams and Jessica Chastain have all been spotted with one hanging off their arm. And…