Michael Kors unveils its Spring/Summer 2021 campaign, set against a lush, green backdrop with slivers of an urban, city environment peeking through. The campaign visuals captured by photography duo Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin present an atmosphere in touch with nature, but not distant with the reality of living in the concrete jungle of New York City. The campaign is backdropped by the New York Restoration Project's Bronx community garden, and features models Hiandra Martinez and Rebecca Longendyke. Saying "We always long for nature wherever we live," the eponymous designer reflects on the relationship between city and nature. “I wanted the Spring/Summer collection to consist of pieces that would make women feel confident. At this time, it is crucial to prioritize versatile, flexible, and long-lasting pieces," Kors says.
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