Michael Kors covers the August/September 2016 issue of Winq magazine. The American designer sits down for an interview with the magazine, dishing on why he made his brand so accessible to the masses. Kors explains, “It takes a peculiar kind of snob to ignore the potential dividends of dressing everyone, as opposed to a narrow remit of slim and wealthy people just like them.”
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Addressing fashion’s obsession with prestige, Kors observes, “Yet, so afraid are some luxury brands of doing anything to tarnish their perceived exclusivity that they seem to act in a snobbish way.” The 57-year-old designer continues, “Fabulous, if your brand is in rude health. Otherwise? Good luck with that. Particularly now, in the midst of such global financial turmoil.” Read more on Winq.com.