Yep, it's that time. As we reach the half-way mark between the spring and fall shows, pre-fall collections are trickling in and we just got our hands on Michael Kors' latest look book. Luckily, there are no traces of the unfortunately-named "Afriluxe" collection Kors showed for spring. In fact, he went pretty far in the opposite direction with a decidedly American influence--namely, the southwest. And Kors smartly steered clear of any navajo prints, so you won't find any controversy here.
The collection is full of clean lines and menswear-inspired silhouettes. There are still feminine moments, like mullet dresses in heavier fabrics, some of which we actually liked (we're generally not big fans of the look). The collection is all tied together with western and equestrian accessories like leather harnesses, wide belts, and surprisingly appealing cowboy hats and boots.
Our favorites include dresses with leather and lace accents, a pink coat with fur lapels, cropped plaid pants and polished riding boots. Click through to see the full collection!
Photos: Courtesy of Michael Kors