Black and white — it’s a mainstay in fashion that can never fall out of style. This year’s Spring/Summer runways had designers playing with the monochromatic pairing with large colour blocks, smaller accents, and bold, head-turning patterns. Because of the lasting strength of this classic combo, we’re even more excited by the prospect of the now-available #MKGO Graffiti collection from Michael Kors.
The first in a series of limited-edition capsule collections from the designer, this black and white graffiti printed collection inspired by the ‘80’s art scene in New York gives Michael Kors an exciting graphic spin. It’s an homage to the brand’s origins and the street art of the Big Apple.
We love the nod to today’s street-influenced fashions and can’t wait to see this collection out and about on the streets of Saskatoon. We can see the monochromatic look carried through with solid blacks and whites or punched up with a little colour to make a big statement. No matter how you style it, it’s going to be a collection that you’ll want to hold onto for seasons to come.
Be sure to stop in at Michael Kors at Midtown to check out these pieces from the collection.
Nothing speaks to the no rules, rock’n’roll mentality of the 80’s better than a leather jacket. We can see this moto jacket going from day to night to a concert after-party.
The backpack is still going strong when it comes to accessorizing and this capsule collection takes full advantage.
Athleisure meets summer vacation in the stylings of the Addie Graffiti Slide. This is the perfect selection for adding a splash to a casual weekend brunch look.
Carry anything and everything in style with the collection’s Whitney Leather Tote. Just don’t think about how long it might take you to swap everything out of this and into the #MKGO Mott Leather Crossbody.