terminal 2 Michael Kors
Uncategorized / August 31, 2017

The most coveted items right now at Jeffrey’s, the up-to-the-second multilabel boutique in the meatpacking district, a salesperson tells me, are Dries Van Noten’s gorgeous $700 full skirts in faded florals or folkloric prints, and high-wedgie shoes, which outnumber all other shoes in the store for spring.All the full skirts that were on the runways for fall are there because he started this look a while back, and it continues to be a huge influence.Soft, full skirts, some with pleating, some silky and swingy or with gathered bubbled hems, are on so many runways today, it’s hard to keep track. Michael Kors showed what he calls “dance” skirts in silver crystal and lace, and other skirts in black silk faille with pockets, or in luxe broadtail — a particularly opulent look, that’s for sure. Anna Sui did them in pretty metallic taffetas, and Lela Rose, the designer who has dressed the Bush twins, did her versions of the full skirt in olive metallic herringbone, and in a peacock print silk.They are paired most often with a skinny cashmere sweater, a little tank and cardigan, or a short, flirty jacket.Jacquards are emerging as a big trend for fall and are on…