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Michael Kors Showcases 'Barefoot Glamour' to Spring 2024 Show

Holiday was the theme of Michael Kors’ Spring/Summer 2024 runway show, which took place this morning at Domino Park in Brooklyn, New York. The show celebrated the glamour of a getaway—the romance of escaping to blue skies, balmy weather, and sunny days.

The Spring/summer 2024 Michael Kors Collection Runway Show

“This season, we’re taking everyone on holiday,” says designer Michael Kors. “It’s the transcendent joy of getting away, it’s the sweeping romance of a glamorous escape and it’s a jolt of sophisticated, chic optimism.”

Kors captures a sense of streamlined romance in silhouettes that are short and leggy or soft and floor-sweeping, including fluid goddess dresses, side-slashed skirts, and breezy caftans. Empire waist dresses raise the waistline while flowing skirts of chiffon and lace elongate the body when paired with sleek bodysuits and sweaters. Makeup tints balance sorbet shades of melon, freesia, and geranium, while bold florals and graphic giraffe prints lend a postmodern edge. Flat shoes add to the air of effortlessness, underscored by an artisanal hand-woven bucket bag that nods to the legendary style of Jane Birkin.

A few of Michael’s favorite tracks from the 1960s created a dreamy multi-dimensional soundtrack as models including Vittoria Ceretti, Anok Yai, Liya Kebede, Natasha Poly, Ashley Graham, Liu Wen, Irina Shayk, Mariacarla Boscono and more walked the idyllic, bougainvillea lined runway.

Blake Lively, Halle Berry, Vanessa Hudgens, Olivia Wilde, Rita Ora, Ariana DeBose, Anitta, and others were among the A-list front row.

The live show experience premiered on the brand’s social and digital channels, including, which serves as the hub for all Spring/Summer 2024 Michael Kors Collection content. The programming was also available to the brand’s international audience across YouTube, Instagram, TikTok, Facebook, and Twitter, as well as on WeChat, Weibo, LINE, and Kakao.

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By ML staff. Images courtesy of Michael Kors.


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