72°F Mostly Cloudy
My Bag
Your bag is empty. Discover our GiftCards or GroupGift Registry.
72°F
Stores open at 10AM

Americana Hours

Shop Labor Day! Individual boutique hours may vary. Contact individual stores for more details! Click here for details
  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, 10am - 6pm
  • Thursday, Friday, Saturday, 10am - 7pm
  • Sunday, 12pm - 6pm
Individual store hours may differ from shopping center hours.
Custom hours are available by appointment. Click here to contact Concierge Services for more information.

Michael Kors Spring 2018 - Runway Review

Manhattan to Malibu. Brooklyn to Beverly Hills. Nobody energizes a destination like Michael Kors, and spring saw the designer taking his clients on a sojourn to the beach. As an antidote to dressing for the heat without looking sloppy, his ultimate "It Girl" wardrobe filled with multi-ply cashmere sweatshirts in oodles of tie-dye, palm tree-print slip dresses and oh-so-cool linen separates. 

A sun-kissed Carolyn Murphy opened the show in one of Kors's lovely tie-dye creations. The palm tree-patterned pieces, shown in hues of breezy pastels, was featured on slip dresses, sarongs and as accent pieces worn under boyfriend blazers. The collection ran the gamut from full-on vacation essentials to separates that worked seamlessly from work to weekend. 

From there, Kors massaged his way into neutral hues for the minimally inclined: white, beige and black. A bias-cut, belted white linen dress was a stunner and bound to be a retail hit while a georgette trench dress offered a twist on outerwear-as-cocktail-wear. For evening, Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid hit the runway in signature sexy, yet sophisticated gowns that were perfectly paired with, what else, flip-flops (in faux croc, natch). Awards season can't come soon enough.