I'm definitely in favor of the neutral trend that's ruling the runways at New York Fashion Week—most recently at the runway show for the Spring 2007 line from Michael Kors, lately of Project Runway fame. I love the way that Long Island native Kors puts spins on the classics for rich and divine results, and this line is no exception. Here, Kors proves that khaki, white, and black don't have to be boring, tripping up the color palette with edgy lace-up heels, flowing tops and slim-fitting skirts cut at unexpected angles, and his own sleek take on layering. I particularly liked his use of wide belts cinching the waistlines of everything from evening gowns to shorts suits to feminine springtime trenches. Even the more billowy silhouettes look slender and polished. To see all of Fabsugar's New York Fashion Week coverage, click here. To view the rest of the Michael Kors collection,
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