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5 Things You Didn't Know About Michael Kors
- Michael Kors is intensely involved in several charities. One is God's Love We Deliver, a New York-based organization helping people with HIV and AIDS.
- Another charity Michael Kors is involved with is the U.N. World Food Programme. Portions of the proceeds from a special watch Michael Kors designed helps them.
- In 2013, Michael Kors sued Costco, becoming the second luxury retailer to do so, for claiming they were advertising that they sold his products directly.
- Michelle Obama's outfit in her official White House portrait as First Lady during President Obama's first term is by Michael Kors.
- When Michael Kors worked for Celine, he designed costumes for a number of movies, including The Thomas Crown Affair and Possession.
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- To redeem a coupon for Michael Kors, click on the large red button in the coupon box on the Michael Kors page on Giving Assistant. When the coupon appears, click on the Copy button adjacent to the Promo Code, or you can copy down the Promo Code manually. (If there's no Promo Code, skip this step.)
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- On the Checkout screen, click on the "Use a Promotion Code" link. In the box that pops up, Paste or enter the code manually, and click Apply. The discount will be applied to your order. Continue your checkout.
Michael Kors Outlet/Clearance
Michael Kors has 103 outlet stores throughout the U.S. As with other retailers, often the merchandise for these outlets is made especially for them — not for Michael Kors boutiques.
MichaelKors.com features a Sale section that includes bags, footwear, clothing, watches, jewelry and accessories. This merchandise has a higher probability of at one time having appeared in a Michael Kors boutique or in the MichaelKors.com full-price sections.
There are occasionally additional incentives from the website, such as gift cards if you spend certain amounts.
It should be known that there are websites on the Internet that resemble the official MichaelKors.com website very closely, and some of these sites sell either counterfeit merchandise or gray-market merchandise that is not licensed or made by Michael Kors.
Michael Kors Review
Michael Kors was born on Long Island, New York as Karl Anderson, Jr., the son of a fashion model and a college student. His mother gave him a small modeling career as a toddler, also, and Kors appeared in a few national campaigns at this age.
When his mother remarried, he changed his last name to Kors, the name of his new stepfather, and his mother allowed him to change his first name at this time, as well. He chose Michael. When he was just five, he designed his mother's wedding dress for her new marriage. He claims his addiction to fashion started at this time.
As a teenager, he sold clothing out of his parent's home's basement. He called this outlet "The Iron Butterfly." As a college student, he briefly attended the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. Before long, he dropped out to work in and sell clothes out of a small boutique called Lothar's, located across from Bergdorf Goodman, on fashionable 5th Avenue. There, he was discovered by Bergdorf Goodman's fashion director, Dawn Mello, who asked him to bring hiscollection to Bergdorf's, where it has been ever since.
In 1981, Kors launched his womenswear line at Bergdorf's, Bloomingdales, Saks Fifth Avenue, Lord & Taylor and Neiman Marcus. He had immediate success, and this lasted through the 1980s. In 1993, however, he was forced to declare bankruptcy.
By 1997, he was able to relaunch a lower-priced line as well as become the women's fashion director of French fashion house Celine. There, he greatly improved the company's bottom line through a renowned collection of accessories and ready-to-wear clothes.
In 2003, Kors left Celine to focus on his label exclusively, incorporating menswear. Later that year, two Hong Kong businessmen, Silas Chou and Lawrence Stroll, purchased a controlling interest in Kors' business.
In 2004, he launched the MICHAEL line, which featured handbags, shoes and ready-to-wear and the KORS line, which featured footwear and jeans. Kors aims at what is known as the "affordable luxury" market, the consumers for which are often priced out of lines from European makers such as Dolce & Gabbana or Giorgio Armani.
Michael Kors was a judge on television's Project Runway for ten seasons, lasting until 2013.
In 2013, Kors appeared on Time Magazine's list of the 100 Most Influential People in the world. He's received numerous honors and awards for his charitable efforts and for work with AIDS, HIV and cancer organizations. He received the lifetime achievement award from the prestigious Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) in 2010, becoming the youngest designer ever to receive it.
Among the celebrities to have been spotted wearing Kors' designs are Rachel McAdams, Jennifer Lopez, Heidi Klum, Elissa, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Michelle Obama, Joan Allen, Jennifer Garner, Gwyneth Paltrow, Rene Russo, Alicia Keys and Carmen Kass. Many of his ad campaigns feature "jet-setters" in an exotic setting, such as on a safari, on the deck of a yacht, crossing the runway of an airport, etc.
By 2015, Kors had eponymous boutiques in Beverly Hills, New York, Chicago, London, Milan, Paris, Munich, Tokyo, Seoul, Dubai, Istanbul, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Rio de Janeiro, as well as hundreds of other cities around the world. In fact, the expansion of the brand has happened at a more rapid clip than for any other name in the fashion industry in recent memory. The company now boasts more than 2000 retail locations, including more than 500 wholly owned stores. Name-recognition for the Michael Kors brand is greater than that for Prada, Gucci, Burberry, Ralph Lauren and many other luxury brands. However, this expansion is now cooling down, and some analysts are saying the brand's name is overheated, which is an ill tiding in the fashion industry.
In 2011, Kors' company went public on the New York Stock Exchange and shares jumped 25 percent that day. Early investors Chou and Stroll became billionaires from their stock holdings. A significant portion of the company's revenue comes from lucrative licensing deals for watches, fragrances, eyewear and other products.
Michael Kors' net worth has also been reported to be more than $1 billion.
Michael Kors' biggest competitors are Coach and Kate Spade, both of which sell many of their own versions of his most coveted products, handbags. While Coach was faltering until recently, before the hiring of new creative director Stuart Vevers, there is some indication that American consumers are beginning to have Michael Kors burnout, due to brand saturation and over-expansion. This will benefit both Coach and Kate Spade, both of which have a longer history and debatably more stylish appeal.
This 60-second clip is a retrospective of Michael Kors' 2016 Spring collection, featuring backstage preparation, celebrity arrivals and the show itself, featuring all new accessories and ready-to-wear.
Michael Kors Social Media Links
Michael Kors on Twitter: Features promotions, industry announcements, fashion show pictures, backstage moments, celebrity spotlights, product promotions, pronouncements from Michael and trend updates.
Michael Kors on Facebook: Features fashion show sightings, model runway pictures, behind-the-scenes spotlights, product promotions, video clips, PSAs and the occasional word from Michael himself.
Michael Kors on Google+: Features fashion show clips, promotions, product spotlights, editorial tips, charity PSAs and mini-interviews with Michael Kors.
Michael Kors on Youtube: Features video clips with collections and accessory introductions, fashion shows, behind-the-scenes portraits, interviews, celebrity spotlights, PSAs, commercials, and travel diary clips highlighting the company's stores and promotions around the world. Here you can get insights from Michael on his views of fashion, charities he supports and upcoming trends to watch.
Michael Kors on Pinterest: Features boards with style tips, fashion memes, product spotlights, charity PSAs and trend focuses.
Michael Kors' on Instagram: Features pictures from fashion shows, model and celebrity sightings, product focuses and pictures of Michael in action.
Michael Kors on Tumblr: Features product focuses, quotes about trends, travelogue photos, fashion editorials and links to shopping pages.
Michael Kors on LinkedIn: Features company careers information.
Michael Kors Contact Info
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