>> The Lebombo Lodge in South Africa, "an easy laid-back attitude", something called "Afriluxe" — these were the touch points for Michael Kors Spring 2012 collection. And so, out came staples fit for a Sub-Saharan getaway: utility dresses, breezy caftans, cargo trenches, relaxed ponchos. Kors stuck to the safari theme with colors and fabrics as well: taupes and olives in washed-clay poplin and distressed cashmere, with some zebra prints and python skins for good measure. If Kors likes a safari, he especially likes a modern one; he kept his silhouettes neat without a hint of roughing-it in sight.
Michael Kors Spring 2012
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