Michael Kors Spring 2016 Endless Sundays Campaign

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Michael Kors Spring 2016 Endless Sundays Campaign

Designer Michael Kors is putting the Californian gal back on the fashion map! For this spring season his couture is all about “Cali Cool.” To showcase his Michael Kors Spring 2016 chic garments he enlisted the talents of stunning model Malaika Firth. Firth along with supermodel, Lily Aldridge, star in the Michael Kors Spring 2016 Endless Sundays ad campaign.

Los Angeles style is not as glitzy as New York, demure as Paris or sassy as Miami. Nevertheless,  it is all about being effortless and relaxed. We have no real seasons out here and the weather usually includes plenty of sun. Your laid back Sunday attire could very well be our daily uniform. However, it still takes fashion intuition to look like you didn’t do much to look amazing. California fashion is truly the epitome of the expression, “I woke up like this.” Maybe that’s why our style vibe is just so cool.





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So how do Californian girls dress for spring and summer? The Michael Kors Spring 2016 collection perfectly captures the Californian spirit. White couture dominates the campaign’s color palette. Moreover, we love our dresses, skirts, sandals and shades out here. Those pieces ensure that we can keep the sun out of our eyes, enjoy the beach sand and comfortably deal with the heat as well as calm breeze. The Michael Kors Spring 2016 collection incorporates all the above plus other stylish items.

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In the accessory department we are loving the MK weaved handbag. It just screams spring and summer. We can’t wait to tote our iPhones, lip gloss and large framed sunnies in one. Check out the Michael Kors Spring 2016 Endless Sundays editorial and don’t forget to come visit us out here on the west coast. You already know how dress for it (wink, wink).

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