A Minute With: Fashion’s Michael Kors on ‘staying on the street’

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Michael Kors acknowledge the crowd after Spring/Summer 2014 collection during New York Fashion WeekBy Alicia Powell NEW YORK (Reuters) – Michael Kors, whose namesake fashion house is best known for its urban-inspired women’s clothing and accessories, has taken a more laid-back approach to its fall-winter collection with muted colors drawn from Northern California’s craggy coastline. The line shown last week at New York’s Fashion Week featured voluminous textured jackets and skirts with accents of fur and embroidered details, flowing printed dresses with cinched waists and chunky knits along with tailored coats and baggy trousers. Kors, 54, who serves as chief creative officer of Michael Kors Holdings Ltd, spoke with Reuters ahead of the show about why he doesn’t think it’s fair to pick a favorite design, spotting his designs on the street and why he likes to unwind in California. Q: What do you not mind talking about before a fashion show?