tiffany Michael Kors
Uncategorized / May 20, 2017

Early motorcycle jackets from the late 1920s were styled after aviator gear (Amelia Earhart looks forever cool in hers). By the time Marlon Brando wore his body-conscious black Schott jacket in the 1953 movie, “The Wild Ones,” he caused a sensation. But the garment had yet to hit a runway until a few years later, in 1958, when Yves Saint Laurent, then designing for Dior, had the revolutionary idea to show beatnik-inspired biker jackets on the catwalk. He took lots of heat for that – and took fashion to a place it had never been. Some designers who did the trend the best this season include John Galliano at Hermes, who showed aviator-inspired, fur-collared crocodile bombers; Karl Lagerfeld for Fendi, whose thick black leather bomber comes with a ruffle of suede fringe to frame the face. Smaller designers, like former Y & Kei designer Hanii Yoon (Michelle Obama has worn her line, Hanii Y.), came up with a tough-looking green-gray motorcycle jacket with a puckered collar, zip-front, tight sleeves and a detachable lace collar. Christophe Decarin at Balmain added pointed, peaked shoulders to his series of biker jackets. Stefano Pilati at YSL opened his fall show with a series of…