American fashion designer Michael Kors will celebrate the brand’s 40th Anniversary with a window display and pop up exhibition at its Regent Street flagship.
All four front windows of the Michael Kors Regent Street store have been decorated with looks from the designer’s autumn/winter 2021 collection, with one featuring an LED screen playing the catwalk show that took place in New York City’s theatre district earlier this year.
The store will also host a pop up exhibition that highlights key milestones in Kors’ 40 year career via interactive video displays and an illustrated timeline.
The mannequins will be modeling a few of 15 archival looks Kors reissued in the collection. The nbsp.MK40 reissue capsulenbsp.is an exclusive collection of items that were inspired by Kors’ archives and reflect the “glamour,” timelessness, and versatility of Michael Kors.
Each capsule garment has its own story. This includes the supermodel who wore it, Cindy Crawford, Giselle, and Helena Christensen. To find out the story behind each piece, customers can scan the QR code found inside. This will allow them to access archival photos, historical and personal anecdotes as well as videos from Kors discussing the look.