Fur is everywhere again this season and, love it or hate it, there are few designers it complements as well as Michael Kors. The designer opened his fall 2015 collection show Wednesday morning with a large, full-fur coat in striped fox, worn over a grey mohair dress that fell straight to the calf. The material -- generally mink or fox, left natural or dyed scarlet or peacock blue -- continued to pop up on collars, cuffs, muffs and stoles, styled elegantly with luxurious sweaters, knit trumpet skirts, and tweed coats and blazers. Most spectacular was a coat of floral-shaped brown mink; it looked made for Anna Wintour, who sat across from Silas Chou, the Hong Kong billionaire who took Michael Kors (and before him, Tommy Hilfiger) public. The clothes were alternatively sharply tailored or relaxed -- there were two pajama-style pantsuits -- and in both forms they looked elegant, professional, expensive.
Beyond his design talents, Kors is a savvy marketer, and the designer was careful to include both Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid in his model lineup. Kate Hudson and Allison Williams sat front row; images were dispatched for the first time via Snapchat. After all, what's the point of good clothes if nobody sees them?