Equestrian vibes have been all over the New York Fashion Week runways, but they’re nothing new to Michael Kors. The all-American supernova has been dabbling with great-outdoors themes throughout his career, and this season he hearkened back to them, but stretched their masculine and feminine sides. Kors showcased mens and womenswear versions of almost the same head-to-toe looks, and there was not a high heel to be found his runway.
There were, however, looks that hearkened back to some of his career’s best looks, like a red and camel poncho look donned by Kaia Gerber, and some fresh takes on tailoring that felt like a continuation of classic Kors themes. For evening, riding boots and knitwear were paired with pleated lame gowns. While this season felt more like a continuation and an evolution on the past for Kors than something brand new, we’re buying everything he’s selling come Fall 2020.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.